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Oil & Gas + Coronavirus on Permian Perspective  PP040

Permian Perspective Podcast

09:19 min | 6 months ago

Oil & Gas + Coronavirus on Permian Perspective PP040

"The Permian Basin is an abundant oil and gas producing area already one of the world's leading oil producing regions the area in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year. Twenty twenty three but who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse and what is their story. This is permian perspective. I'm your host Krista. A skinny today show is sponsored by Baker Hughes who recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes Brand has an Energy Technology Company. They strive to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for the people and the planet. Hello everyone welcome to this special edition of Permian perspective. I'm Krista as skinny. Thank you so much for sharing your time with us today. I really appreciate it and I also want to let you know. This is a special edition. I will be visiting with you alone today. I just thought with everything that is going on in the world right now that we could just spend this time talking about what's happening what's happening in the Permian and share what's on my heart so I just WanNa say thank you for being here and it's been almost a year since I ran my first Permian Perspective podcast and what a ride. It has been a short year ago. The Permian was challenged with growth pains housing schools traffic and healthcare and those were the issues that were at the forefront of our community today we are faced with a whole new set of challenges that were sparked by the corona virus which is now a global pandemic as you know and now more than ever we must be permian strong. I know that it has been an emotional week for many of you as stressful. I completely understand. I know I have been right there with you. Every step of the way worried about my kids. My husband my family. My parents my in laws. My brother a the list goes on and I understand what you're going through. I know the developments around the coveted nineteen has really intensified here with school closings and colleges finishing up the semester online the NBA suspending play. The remainder of their season March madness cancelled Disneyland. That's right the happiest place on earth has closed their theme park in California and President trump restricting travel from nearly all of Europe to the United States also this week the World Health Organization who declared the corona virus at pandemic. So I wanted to catch you up a little bit on. What's happening here in the basin with some of the news and events that we have seen here locally so that I could share that with you if you are listening around the World Pioneer Natural Resources Chief Executive Scott Sheffield told The Washington Post this week that the company is preparing for two years of low prices and will make the necessary adjustments to maintain our great balance-sheet Sheffield also told the Post that pioneer is secure. But there will be. Many bankruptcies are industries and tens of thousands of layoffs over the next twelve months also according according to the Midland reporter telegram earlier this week diamondback reported it was immediately reducing its completion crew count from nine to six and will lay down to drilling rigs in April and a third rig later in the quarter this week according to CBS seven news Apache says it will reduce its permian rig. Count Two zero over the coming weeks and plans to lower activity in Egypt in the North Sea. According to seeking out the DOT com it also announced plans to cut twenty twenty capital spending to one billion to one point two billion which is actually down from one point six billion to one point nine billion a thirty seven percent. Drop at the midpoint now. The company says it has ample liquidity throughout its fourbillion dollars undrawn revolver and flexibility to manage the nine hundred and thirty seven million dollars of bonds maturing between twenty twenty one and January of two thousand twenty three. Those are just a couple of the interesting stories. I wanted to share with you coming out of the business world. Of course we will be hearing more over the next couple of weeks and I will definitely do another follow up on what's happening businesswise here. In the basin of course we also have the University of Texas Permian Basin that is a wonderful education facility here in Odessa. Texas and they are continuing to track the rapidly evolving Kovic nineteen virus. As of right now there are no reported are known cases in the Midland. Odessa area. Now you TB is extending their spring break and hold no face to face classes from March sixteenth to the twentieth. That is what they have just announced. They will not cancel current online classes. That are in progress now during this time. Utd Faculty and staff will begin the process of preparing for a possible transition to online classes. If it's needed sometime in the future however the university will remain open during the spring semester. Of course all of this information is unfolding and by the time you listen to this podcast at will have changed even more but I hope that I can bring a little bit of hope to you during this time. What it all boils down to is uncertainty when we are uncertain about what the future holds. It is easy to become fearful right. Just go to the grocery store you can see the toilet papers out here locally also water and of course hand sanitizer but I wanNA remind you something that. My husband reminded me of today. He said do not. Fear is in the Bible three hundred sixty five times one for each day of the year. If there's one thing I know about all of the leaders of the companies I mentioned above and those leading in the Permian is they are fearless so as this may be Challenging Week. I referred to one of my favorite quotes. You know how I love quotes right. Well this is a good one. Remember this story to will run out of rain. Yes this too shall pass and so to all my friends in the Permian. We will prevail and be better and stronger. I wish you and your families a healthy week please be safe and I look forward to seeing you all soon. Thank so much for joining us. This concludes this special edition of Permian perspective. The story behind the oil and gas leaders in the Permian Basin of course remember my favorite quotes on life. Matas dream big. Believe in yourself and never give up you make it a great day. Hey everybody Alex here. With the events on deck for the next month we have some exciting things coming up to happy hours one in Pittsburgh and one in Denver so the first one will be happening on March twenty second at Bubbas Gourmet Burgers and beer. This event won't be from forty seven and will feature a live recording of oil and gas this week with Jake Corley and Markel Corp so be sure to check that out. You can sign up our social. Media's we have bent bright sign up and should be good to go from there. The next event will be a happy hour in Denver at Liberty Oilfield Services on April second once again. Check our social media's for the event bright sign up and sign up there as some of our social media followers may know we are headed to Aberdeen Scotland. The first week of March in a couple of days actually for Doku con creating high impact sales and Energy Dokru is excited to launch. Its very first sales development conference and Jeans Mark and Patrick will be hosting a panel and recording alive podcasts. That we're really excited to be joining map. The leaders in industry luncheon is on March eleventh at the Petroleum Club of Houston. Port of the future is happening on March tenth and Eleventh in Houston your registration to the port of the future conference also allows you access to exclusive events including TSA security and terrorism research showcase and many more so be sure to view the agenda and see what they are offering the Houston energy. Breakfast will be on March twentieth at the Norris Conference Center in Houston the API Energy Houston three gun. Chapter will be on March Twentieth. This event is filling up very quickly so make sure to get a team in as soon as possible. The BP Energy Outlook Two thousand twenty edition will be on April twenty first. It's happening online. And this event is about transitions. That will take place to a low carbon energy system as offer this month. Everybody hope you guys have a good month and check back in next month to see what we're having thanked tune in next week for another episode of Permian Perspective a production of the oil and gas global network learn more at www dot org G. N. dot com.

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Daily Brief, Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

World Oil's Daily Brief

08:40 min | 8 months ago

Daily Brief, Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

"Welcome to the daily brief the world. Oil podcast network daily review of market news emerging trends new technologies and the people who are advancing the oil and gas industry. Here's Cameron Wallace with your top news. Stories of the day afternoon and welcome to the world oil daily brief podcast. I'm Cameron Wallace. And these are your top oil and gas headlines for Tuesday January twenty first at the World Economic Forum in Davos Energy Chiefs Co two catcher technologies as Greta. Thunberg slams the world's lack of action on climate change the US shale industry has already peaked for service. Companies like Halliburton and clawing back some of its recent losses. Following prolonged unrest in Libya I up capturing carbon dioxide from the fossil fuel industry is key to slowing dangerous global warming energy chief said and devils as climate concerns dominated the annual business forum more than ever before oil and gas producers are under mounting pressure to help prevent a damaging rise temperatures and carbon capture is increasingly luring investors as a tool to curb emissions whether pulled from the exhaust of smoke. Stacks from the open air. The C O two can be buried underground or used to extract oil Vicky Hall of Chief Executive Officer of houston-based Occidental. Petroleum said they're investors. That care that want to protect our environment. Those are starting to make a difference for US within two years. We'll be building the largest direct air capture facility in the Permian Basin Occidental's air capture site will separate carbon dioxide directly from ambient air. Co Two can then be injected into oil reservoirs to boost output in Texas Permian Basin Hall of Said if we can perfect direct air capture than we can use it anywhere. Climate concerns dominated the panel discussion and run through the entire program of this year's World Economic Forum climate campaigner. Greta Thunberg spoke to a packed room in the opening session. Issuing Sharpe rebuke to leaders over the world's failure to curtail emissions also addressing. The climate challenges facing the oil and gas industry was fatigue. Enroll executive director of the International Energy Agency. Barale like Khawla touted the potential of carbon capture to help emissions. They're all said in an interview. Carbon capture is very important because we still have a huge amount of fossil fuels in the market is the only technology which can marry the fossil fuels. We have oil gas and others and our climate goals. Today's episode of the daily brief is brought to you in part by the Sustainability Leadership Conference in energy. This first of its kind event is for all professionals with an interest in developing a sustainability initiative for the company working on technology to make oil and gas cleaner and minimizing the social impact of the production and use of hydrocarbons abstracts for the conference are being accepted online through Saturday January. Twenty fifth to learn more about the sustainability leadership conference in energy. Please visit sustainability in energy DOT COM in the US. Shale fracking has already peaked and is in a period of sustained contraction according to two major providers of services to the industry that view from Halliburton Company and slumber J. Limited signals and eventual deceleration. Us oil production which is currently at record highs. Slower output growth would have global ramifications given additional American barrels are forecast to account for most of the increase in worldwide supply. This year Halliburton chief executive officer. Jeff Miller said Tuesday that customer spending in North America will keep falling this year. That echoes slumber Jay. Which said Friday? It's continuing to shrink. Its business in the region to match lower manned. The oil services industry has cut thousands of jobs in the US and scrapped unwanted fracking equipment in recent months as shale companies slash spending in a bid to generate free cash flow amid a stagnant oil market and slumping natural gas prices. The deep retrenchment indicates a lack of conviction that demand will ever recovered a previous highs. Halliburton said Tuesday slashing. Its own spending by twenty percent from last year to one point. Two billion dollars to keep up with the changing market twenty nine solidified the pivot from growth to Capitol discipline in North America Miller told analysts and investors on Tuesday conference call as unconventional enter maturation phase. Halliburton is committed to the North American market. Houston-based Halliburton said north. American revenue slumped twenty one percent in the final three months of last year compared with the third quarter. The company took two point. Two billion dollars of impairment charges for the most recent period related to severance costs and write down pressure pumping and drilling equipment. Miller said that Halliburton cut twenty two percent of its Frank Fleet last year slumber. J. The world's largest oil and GAS SERVICES COMPANY HAS ALREADY REDUCED. Its pressure pumping fleet in half and said Friday. It has no intention of bringing out equipment back into service. It took twelve point. Seven billion dollars in pretax charges for the third quarter and is restructuring its North American Land Business Unit oil prices improve publicly traded oil and gas exploration and production companies aren't likely to materially change. Their capital spending plans probably narrow an analyst. Raymond James said on Tuesday that we predict an underspend of eleven percent meaning the EMP industry is cash flow positive after cap ex for the first time since two thousand five. The gloomy picture at home contrasts with improving demand. Internationally as larger oil companies. Make a slow recovery from depressed crude prices several years earlier however Halliburton the number three services provider has historically generated more of its sales in the US and Canada than slumber J. or Baker Hughes the other big player Miller said statement in twenty twenty. We expect our international growth to continue an international margins to improve Halliburton report at one point. Six five billion dollar net loss for the fourth quarter compared with net income of six hundred sixty four million a year earlier excluding the impairment charges earnings per share exceeded analysts estimates by three cents shares of the company. Rose one point nine percent to twenty four. Forty one at eleven. Am in New York. Today's episode of the daily brief brought to you in part by Energy Web Atlas Energy Web Atlas delivers real time market data analysis and coverage of midstream infrastructure and downstream projects as the most comprehensive tool in the market energy web atlas provides access to key global project details and context for operating licensing construction engineering companies. This is the only fully integrated global intelligence platform for liquids and Gas Pipelines. Lng Gas Processing and refining petrochemical projects users can effectively pursue new business opportunities with greater market insight and the most current project intelligence to learn more visit Energy Web Atlas Dot Com. Finally today oil raised some earlier declines as concern mounted about supply disruptions in Libya and Iraq despite ample output from other major producers futures trimmed the daily loss to half a percent on Tuesday in New York after earlier dropping almost a full percentage point the Libyan port crisis that strangled crude exports from North Africa's biggest oil supplier extended into a fourth day while warring factions haggled over a peace deal meanwhile spreading unrest in Iraq is threatening shipments. Opec's number two producer the Libyan disruption is significant because there's a lot of demand for light sweet crude among refiners working to comply with Stricter Imo twenty twenty shipping fuel rules. Oil prices fell earlier in the session in tandem with metals equities following a series of negative developments in Hong Kong and worries about a deadly virus in China International Energy Agency. Executive Director. Fatih barrel said at the Davos Forum that the world is awash with oil mainly from US thrillers Libyan military leader Khalifa. Huff tar has blocked ports in a show of defiance after world leaders failed to persuade him to sign a peace deal in Iraq. Protesters halted production at one. Oilfield and rockets reportedly hit the Green Zone in Baghdad. After a week of unrest and there you have it our top oil and gas news stories for Tuesday. January twenty first content is courtesy of world oil magazine and the Bloomberg News Service to read more on. Today's topic's please visit world oil dot com slash. News. I'm Cameron Wallace. Thanks for listening today. Thanks for listening to the daily brief on the world oil podcast network. If you have any questions or comments on the program please email editorial at world oil dot com and check the show notes for more information about episode. Don't forget to subscribe either on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast also be sure to visit world oil dot com for more information about today's stories and sign up for our free daily newsletter.

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Repeat after us: China isn't paying tariffs

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

27:00 min | 1 year ago

Repeat after us: China isn't paying tariffs

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management. Learn more at ultimate software dot com. Ultimate software people first. President Trump likes to say this about his tariffs where bring in billions and billions of dollars into Australia right now, not so fast. Mr President from American public media. This is marketplace. In Los Angeles. I'm Carl Razon is Monday today the fourth of March good as always to have you along everybody. I'm gonna play that piece of tape. One more time just to make sure everybody's got it firmly in their minds, we're bringing billions and billions of dollars into treasury right now, the president has been consistent in his messaging about his tariffs, and who is paying them. The Chinese is his answer. That message has also been as to academic papers out this past weekend, demonstrate wrong the net losers in the president's trade war to the tune of almost a billion and a half dollars a month are American consumers, and as marketplace's Scott Tong reports. Some of them are starting to feel it about a decade ago, Columbia University economist David Weinstein, steadied tariffs and found like the president says a large fraction of those tariffs would be born by foreign producers now he's author of one of the new studies and whoops. I was really surprised. The data showed. That it was Americans that were bearing the cost of the tariffs. The two new studies find the costs are in the lingo passed through to consumers Weinstein estimates a one percent rise in the prices of manufactured goods. So what changed in the past Chinese is agreed to pay the terrace instead of passing them onto US buyers because they were desperate for American business. Not anymore says supply chain consultant Rosemary Coates at blue silk consulting. So now, these Chinese companies are actually exporting all over the world. So they can look for customers than other places instead of the US, which means if you're a shopper watch the price tags on products, hit by tariffs solar panels cars, washing machines, one study found protectionism even gives domestic makers the luxury to charge more at don's appliances in Pittsburgh, partner, nNcholas Hilla branches price hikes for the past year have been crazy a Maytag, which is one of our best selling washing machine. Gene last year. We would sell that machine for four ninety nine. And now that exact machine I'm just pulling it up. Here's five ninety nine. All this despite rhetoric that trade war is good for Americans. You know, the spin cycle, I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. Good and easy to win was the exact quote from the president regular listeners of this program will know that I am a student of history. And as such obliged to note that today is the thirtieth anniversary of time Inc. Acquisition of Warner communications. And thus the birth of one of the first real media, mega Kalaam. It's Time Warner them merged beget thirty years later, the recent AT and T acquisition of Time Warner this past June. And now, the organizational chart changes are a-coming. Marketplace's would replenish your has that one eighteen hundred eight Time Warner and now it is digesting it they're breaking down kind of defiled approach. They've taken previously Keith Snyder is with CF our research rearranging various network. Splitting up Turner recombining with HBO analysts expect there. That'd be layoffs coming out of this. We'll probably save money. There was a lot of overlap, but that's not what this is all about first and foremost, it's about strategy. Craig Moffett is senior analyst at Moffitt Nathanson, AT and T is gargantuan it wants to use shows to help out. It's phone business. Wants us the data it gets from its internet and phone business to help add sales on TV networks, so AT and T is centralizing and reorganizing. The question is can you do that without harming the patient and the most important patient? Here is HBO that's the crown jewel of the Warner media acquisition HBO was successful. Because it was free to be creative and focus on content. It's going to be possible in a world where you're trying to make eight HBO subservient to a corporate strategy that is trying to maximize things like wireless own subscriptions. I'm not sure Jonathan Chaplin is a managing partner at new street research. And he says this is what investors are watching for the best leading indicator of whether AT and T is going to create value out of. This acquisition or destroy value. Is what happens with talent for eighteen strategy to succeed. It has to keep all the best content, creators and executives who make HBO HBO because not flex is hiring in New York. I'm Sabrina sure for marketplace. Wall Street today was lousy then it was really lousy. Then it was just bad. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Regulations. You are a brand new member of the congress of the United States. That's the good news. The bad news is that if you want to remain a member of congress, you got some work to do by which I mean, you gotta make some money some political money. But as marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports, the time honored business model of how that money gets made is changing. A typical day for a new member of congress is typically packed on the day. I met with congressman Jared golden he was about to dash off to a committee meeting. The new democratic Representative from Maine also balances guests from his district staff meetings hearings on the hill, and he's expected to squeeze in some fundraising. I'm sure that everyone is being told just like I had been that we should be doing that now. And that's fine. Golden says at this point he only spends a few hours a week on the phone with donors, but many of his colleagues put in much more time along people face intense pressure to hit certain benchmarks, and fundraising and you're gonna raise millions of dollars and not just for your own campaign. But also for the party Charteris spellacy is a law professor at Stetson university who studies political fundraising there've been decades in cades of. Members of congress losing their lives to dialing for dollars. This is what's known in Washington as call time. Members can't use their government offices for fundraising, but they can use the offices of political parties just blocks from the capitol to make the calls leaked documents have shown that the Republican party and the Democratic Party have encouraged their freshman members to spend thirty hours per week on call time that's thirty hours not spent in hearings working on legislation or talking to other constituents. When those documents were published a few years ago, they created a public backlash because the people on those donor lists getting all that one on one time with members are not your average voters sort of as a general matter less than five percent from Marican ever give anything to any politician. And so that active, you know, one defy. Five percent that does spend on politics. They get the politicians ear and politicians got an earful from the media their constituents even late night host John Oliver who devoted a lengthy segment to call time because it count council help put affect the way you see the wolves. If you'll only Colin donors rich enough, then main concerns all estate taxes, a witch Belgian kimono the cats will die. Politicians aren't wild about call time either. Several have tried to end the practice and failed. But now things in the campaign finance world are changing thanks to the internet. Aaron hill is executive director of act blew the democratic online fundraising platform during the twenty eighteen election cycle. I think we finally saw grass roots contributions really come to the main stage hill says small dollar donations helped fund most of the successful democratic house candidates in two thousand eighteen and many of those small donors signed up for recurring contributions at blue says of donations made to house campaigns in January about seventy eight percent of those contributions had originated previously in the election year. So many members are working on building out that network rather than focusing on call time, New York, Representative Alexandria, Cossio Cortez says she doesn't plan to do it at all. All same for presidential candidate. Elizabeth Warren Republicans are also looking to expand their base of small repeat donors with their own online platform, patriot pass active blues hill says it's too early to know if this fundraising shift will change life for politicians if they don't have to spend their time during call time if they don't have to spend their time talking with PACS or lobbyists, Ken they legislate differently. And can they raise enough money to keep their seats? When the next election rolls around in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace. Lilly. Did something interesting today. The Indianapolis based pharmaceutical conglomerate said it is going to start selling a generic version of it's branded insulin product Huma log the generic is gonna cost one hundred thirty seven dollars of about half as much as the brand name. It's something of a concession to lawmakers who spent part of last week grilling pharmaceutical executives about the high cost of some lifesaving prescription drugs. But and here's the interesting bit lily is going to keep on selling Huma, log at its higher price. So we asked marketplace's Mariel Sagarra to explain this two tiered pricing strategy thirty million Americans have diabetes. There are only a few companies that make insulin including ally Lilly, and the price of its name brand insulin Huma, log has gone up by more than six hundred percent in twenty years. That's why politicians are saying things. Like this diabetics who can't afford the cost now, self ration and. Endanger their lives, but you know, what investors are happy that was democratic Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon last week Vivian ho at Rice University says Eli Lilly is offering a generic because it sees the writing on the wall here, they know there's going to be policy change directed towards loin drug prices. So they're doing whatever they can to try and counter that and say, look we actually are giving fair deal to the consumer. I mean, we're not tone deaf to the criticism and the pressure, but I'll tell you that we've been working on this for many months, that's CEO David Rix, he says the company's intention is to make insulin more affordable for people who pay full price like those who don't have insurance. But when I do it this way, I have a higher price name brand drug and a lower price generic it's partly because ensures and other companies that acquire drugs expect to start with the list price, negotiate big. Discounts and keep some of that profit. Rick says this is how the system works use those resources to lower the price of premiums for others or to pay for other priorities. They have or to profit from it. He says without those incentives insurance companies might go elsewhere for their insulin. I'm maryelle Sagarra from our place. Coming up my true. I feel like I'm about. So it's kind of hard to tell me what to do in my truck because I think I know everything about that truck. Well, all right, but first, let's do the numbers. Down two hundred six points today. Seven tenths percent close to twenty five thousand nine teen. The blue chips Roth four hundred fourteen points at one point points. The NASDAQ dropped seventeen points two-tenths percent, seventy five seventy seven p five hundred down ten about three tenths percent twenty seven and ninety two ATT fell back. Two point seven percent today. After the company announced it has started reorganizing its Warner media unit Office Depot and the Chinese online commerce giant. Alibaba are going to create a co branded online store LA Baba's first partnership with the major US retailer Office Depot down one point nine percent today. Alibaba gained one point eight percent overseas trading bond prices rose, the yield on the tenure treasury note felt the two point seven percents. And you're listening to marketplace. 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That's why Lenovo is dedicated to building technology solutions and services designed for you and your business, including products ranging from business devices with all day battery to two in one. Do it all mobility masters and was small business financing options IT support and warranty programs, you can rest assured knowing your business, your data and your devices are covered because no matter your tech needs Lenovo is here to help to learn more about Lenovo for small business and to see how they can make a difference for you. Visit WWW dot Lenovo dot com slash S. M B. That's WWW dot Lenovo dot com slash SM. Be powered by Intel. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. There's an economist in Venezuela named Carlos Gimenez who had a piece in the New York Times a week, maybe ten days ago with the headline bitcoin has saved my family it caught my eye because first of all it's interesting that an economist is knowingly using something as speculative as bitcoin. But also it says a whole bunch about how bad things have gotten in that country. So we call them up. We got him on Skype, Mr. nana's walkman program, sir. Hey, thank you for having me. This is going to sound like a silly question. But I want you to tell me how you go about buying a gallon of milk. And I I don't have anyone. Bars, which is the currency. Right. So when I do I wanted to buy meal right now, I will be change, my stash of big goings believers, I would go through these page when would exchange it find the seller and that uses my same Bank. So that transaction happening. And then again. Then the other stems you're trench to me, which is actually they hard part of the process. Funding. The milk is a whole 'nother thing we'll get there. But you do this in bitcoins. You've got a bitcoin account, and when you need boulevards because the money changes value so quickly devalue so quickly inflation is. Oh, hi there. Then you you instantaneously change the bitcoin to boulevard and spend the money right away. Yes. That's my trick. Yeah. Well, it's a good trick. Because with the economy down there and with the currency devaluing so quickly. It makes a lot of sense. My question one of many questions is you're an economist, and you know, how risky bitcoin can be. But the point is bitcoin is less risky than boulevards. Yeah. Of course. I mean, the calling I can train with anyone Venezuela, and I can Sexton online, and he's way way more liquid that way I can change in in minutes. So once you get your bitcoin into boulevards, and you go down the street to the store, what's on the shelves for you to buy. Not much. It's not easy to find some things that have an actual Brun. For example. There is the these guy that has a coffee grinder, and he joins of writing firm on the sales. You the coffee in little box. Someone who selling milk in recycled bottles of soda. I don't know if this again from its there, can you buy the milk off the back of this guy's truck or the coffee grinder guy. Can you pay them in bitcoin or does it have to be boulevard nano going widespread in that same because their technology, limitations? I mean, the internet's gang Ganden spotty AmEx. Any surprise this? Call has. So am I so am I so I don't think the way point when you have like everyone goes in buys beacon that it's not going to happen because people are so poor that they don't have a smartphone. What does the Venezuelan government? Either. One take your pick the one with president thorough or the one with with national assembly president. Why though what do they have to say about him and? All right, nNcholas has been a acknowledging that these market exits. Made these web page where you can send them the big going on. They send you the believer actually made a Barlow local bitcoin wall. Yeah. But the rate is lower is like twenty percent lower. So they take they're calling their system. You're also on you lose the anonymity. I was just going to say do your trust them because first of all you have to trust them. But also, they'll know who you are. I trust him. I trade an an account with a fake name, and they tried on. And then work that were everything government does. But in theory, it's scary what they're doing. But because I feel like their next at once they get their system up and running would be to try to shut down the other other local bitcoin, so they can make use their system a personal question. If I might Mr. for before, let's go you. You're a guy of some means because you know, about bitcoin, and you have the wherewithal the do this. You're you've got an education. Why do you stay in Venezuela? That is a hard question. So I trying to leave for about a year. And every time I went to leave their comes any. Oh, paternity new world that up to finish. Okay. Let me finish his belly. The thing is the professional workforce in Venice allies contracting so much everyone is leaving. So you actually have a lot of paternity if you if you don't want you have opportunity, if you have an education, and you can figure it out English, are example to interview someone in Venezuela that right now on you only knew English you would reach out to me. And they're several of those Mr. thank you for your time, sir. Thank you. We started the program with a bit of economic theory. And fact checking the reality of who is actually paying the price for the president's tariffs. We will end with a bit more theory. This time the idea of economic externalities, and to do that we have to go to Texas oil patch where the fracking boom that has made this country the top crude oil producer on the planet has brought some unintended consequences from the marketplace hub at Houston public media. Travis Bennett explains. The west Texas Permian basin is hours away from the state's major cities. But in the Permian, it's still normal to find yourself stuck in bumper to bumper traffic. That's because it takes a lot of trucks to get also feels out of the ground. One Texas AM study from twenty sixteen estimated that drilling and fracking single Wheeler gas well in the Permian can involve almost a thousand trucks hauling things like drilling equipment and sand so driving oilfield roads can be intense. Jose NAR by is. Does it for living? It gets very scary. And they're stressful nearby is a trucker with a YouTube channel where from the cab of his truck. He documents daily grind hauling sand. Was really thick this morning. Truckers have limits on how many hours they can drive over a certain period of time. So with drivers trying to pack in as much work as they can never by says, the highways get hectic, people are trying to go around you while you know, traffic is coming in from the opposite direction. They will take that risk to go around. You just pass you this part of Texas led the state in deadly crashes involving commercial vehicles in twenty eight teen, according to a local nonprofit called the Midland Odessa transportation alliance. The groups has deaths from those wrecks more than doubled in two years to about one hundred and twenty eighteen we're seeing a level of activity out here that is absolutely hell ISIS and infrastructure hasn't kept up with that. James Beecham is the transportation alliances president willing gas companies pay the state billions and taxes every year and Beecham argues more that money should go to fixing roads to make them safer. But he also. Says the industry needs a stronger culture of safety there such a brush to feel trucking positions that we're not focusing on safety training that we used to be able to. Across the state in Houston. Don, Jeffries, fires up a big rig simulator used in training class. He teaches out on the schools practice range. Jeffrey says routine training is essential companies can mandate it. But Jeffrey says it's harder when you're dealing with independent drivers if I'll much I feel like I'm the both. So it's kind of hard to tell me what to do in my truck because I think I know everything about that Trump, and I don't think you know, too much in night as oil production grows. The highways are likely to get even busier multiple oil companies have banded together to address growth in the industry's impacts on things like affordable housing and road safety the companies have pledged one hundred million dollars for this broad effort. But there's no clear plan yet for how the money might be spent Todd Staples with the trade group, Texas oil and gas association says the industry also wants more police on the highways were asking the legislature to support the department of public safety's funding requests for additional perso-. S'il for long-term enforcement. Andy says the industry supports tapping the states more than twelve billion dollar savings account for roads money. Most those savings come from oil and gas taxes. The state transportation department is putting millions of dollars into highway improvements in the region and has installed roadside billboards warning drivers to be careful around trucks, Texas, am researchers say sarky rogue asus. Companies should think of more creative ways to get trucks off the road. Like changing how water used for fracking is moved around Ken. We've for instance, enhance or increase the use of temporary pipelines. Am researchers are currently working with the state to explore solutions? They plan to share their findings later this year in Houston. I'm Travis for marketplace. On the way out today in which Virgin Atlantic eases up just Ted on the sexism in commercial aviation, the airline announced changes to its personal grooming policies today female flight attendants will no longer be required to wear makeup. And because oh, look it's two thousand nineteen the company's standard issue uniform will include pants instead of making flight attendants request them special. Remember, I said the airline is easing up on the sexism in commercial aviation. Just a tad. Are we gotta go the down drills off two hundred six points today seven tenths percent. The NASDAQ down seventeen points that is two tenths percent. The s&p five hundred off ten three tenths percent daily. Production team includes bridge abundant Maria, haunt horse. Sean McHenry daisy Daniel shin special projects desk, Tommy Andres, allies, mills I'm of resolve we will soon. Bun. This is APN.

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The view of the trade war from the water

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

27:20 min | 11 months ago

The view of the trade war from the water

"This marketplace podcast is supported by Elijah. Craig Bourbon Mixture next old fashioned with Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon allies Ukraine Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Whiskey Bardstown Kentucky forty seven percent alcohol by volume think wisely drink wisely and by the real real shopper. Can sign at the real real. The leading reseller of authenticated consignment from top designers. The the real real has women's and men's luxury fashion as well as fine jewelry watches art and home at ups. Ninety percent off retail every item is authenticated by the real wheels team of indicators first shopper can sign in store at the real real dot com or download the APP and get twenty percent off select items with the Promo Code real a view of the trade war today from out on the water from American public media this is marketplace and in Los Angeles. I'm Kai ryssdal eight. Is Tuesday Newsday today. The nineteen th day of November. Good as always to have you along. Everybody item on the government of these United States. A shutdown reprieve. Steve is in the works. The House passed a continuing resolution. Today the Senate is expected to do the same. Best guesses are that the president's going to sign it Thursday night is the deadline as of right now. The extension takes us to December twentieth. More to come almost certainly on that story item to retail in in this economy in the embodiment of the Home Depot Inc.. This country's biggest home improvement company in shorts not great shares tumbled almost must five and a half percent today after third quarter results. came out this morning. The two thousand nineteen forecast was trimmed for the second time this year and third quarter. Sales didn't deliver for in part because big online push. The chain started a couple of years ago. Just ain't paying off marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer has that story Home Depot unveiled. It's new digital plan. Almost two years ago it would speed up online deliveries by building new warehouses and make it easier to pick up online orders at stores from shiny new lockers but today Home Depot said the online. Overhaul isn't delivering as much to the bottom line is expected at least not yet Jamie. Amy Cats is an equity analyst. Morningstar you may have to invest now to Reap a benefit in six months or nine months that may benefit you perpetually actually for now home depot has cut it sales forecast for this fiscal year from around two percent growth to one point eight percent at Moya senior market analyst analyst and a Wanda says e commerce is tricky in the home improvement business. It's not like a with the the the Amazon or Walmart online effect where you know if I need to by toys for my kids I can easily just choose it and click it and not worry lots of times when you go into a home depot. You don't know exactly what you need you just know. Oh the toilet won't work. Brian Yarbrough of Edward Jones says less than ten percent of home depot sales are online another thing that limits digital growth. Almost half of the home depot's customers are professionals contractors. Yarbrough says they don't do a lot of online shopping when they leave the job set. One Day let's say today they leave and they like okay. Tomorrow's Wednesday I need Xyz. They usually just go in the next morning and pick it up and you are Bro. Says it would be pretty hard to fit say new roof into a locker but home depot depot is expanding its delivery network for booking materials to lure more contractors online. I'm Nancy Marshall Genzer for marketplace on Wall Street this Tuesday As we explained a couple of weeks ago I think maybe longer Dono. The Dow is a price weighted index. The higher a company's stock price more impacted has unware the downlands Home Depot is one of the more expensive stocks in the Dow. So if you do the math of the one hundred and two points the Dow lost today eighty-seven of it. It was home depot mostly though in equities today things were mixed. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. The holiday shopping season is already upon us. And yes I know. It's not even Thanksgiving but look I. Don't make the rules. I just tell you what's happening. Retailers retailers rolling out discounts gift guides are everywhere and don't get me started on holiday music but the fact is a lot of what you're seeing on store shelves today a holiday gifts to come actually here months ago. Almost all of it on a ship. Like the ones at America's busiest port complex gene SAROKA director to see how I met Jean Saroka. He's the executive director of the port of Los Angeles. Technically on the way to a harbor patrol boat. Let's get on the boat and we'll share tonight where we're going. We took a spin around the ports main channel and eventually pulled up alongside a huge containership close up view of the business end of a port that handles about fifty percent of all containerized trade between the US and China. Half of all the container trade between the two biggest economies in the world is another way to essay that which oh by the way are in a trade war this. This is a vantage point that many get to see on a regular basis seventy five hundred acres forty three miles of waterway twenty-seven terminals in two hundred seventy births and the uniqueness of this. We call it. America's port is that the cargo and passengers traverse this complex reach each and every one of our four hundred and thirty five congressional districts in the nation it congressional and a global supply chain. Yes so the ships that you're looking at right now there for them here at both. AP Muller Terminals and Phoenix Marine average in size as from about eighty five hundred container units to nearly fourteen thousand. So these are the workhorse vessels in the trans-pacific trade. Today you know those big shipping containers. WHO's talking about right? The big boxy things bringing cargo from and taking cargo to China and Japan Vietnam South Korea Taiwan India even a little little bit from Europe and the Middle East ninety percent of world. Trade moves on water. We see ourselves as a leading economic indicator because we can see what shipments will materialize serialised. Some Ninety to one hundred twenty days before they actually get on a ship. So what are they seeing on the import side we've seen choppiness before the run up to a milestone of taxation tariffs remember our taxes the next round of which is on December fifteenth cargo flow in. Gums comes up the system. You'll see warehouses bursting at the seams. The vacancy rate at the warehouses today in and around the port about two percent less than in two percent. That's about twice the national average. On the outbound side the experts are waning. Every month this year exports have been lower than they were the year before so as we look around here right so it's a lovely. I don't even know what today is Friday morning right. What's the vibe in the port of Los Angeles today? A A LOT OF HAND wringing folks are concerned about where their marketplaces going for their individual companies. We keep pushing on. We've found new markets new customers. We're seeing double digit growth in southeast and South Asia for exports but it takes about seven Vietnam to make up for the loss of south China business alone if the president came out tomorrow and said gotta deal. Everything's fixed intellectual property the whole smash. What does that mean for you? It means a long road to recovery. This is not a transactional transactional business. You don't go in and just buy a containers worth of cargo tomorrow in shows up at our doorstep so this is a long road to recovery. And that's why I've stated aided the American exporters has suffered irreparable harm during this past eighteen months. Irreparable is a big word. Yes it is. I've been in this business thirty one years and I've never never seen anything like this. So let's talk about that irreparable harm the genes Rocca was talking about and what it looks like to US importers and exporters they're definitely surges ahead of the tariffs going up so it's been a huge amount of scrambling for US Sarah as is the president and CEO of Gemini Shippers Association They Negotiate Shipping contracts for jewelry and accessories companies importing goods and supplies. We see we see our members pushing their product to try to rush it into the United States to clear customs before those tariffs hit because when product arrives late that means the importer has to write a bigger check for terrorist. Charles to customs. We had one one very sad situation. Where a vessel was due to call a port and was delayed in the prior port for about twelve hours which meant that? The members in in the final destination did not get their goods before the increase increase tariff hit and in some cases that costs tens of thousands of additional dollars which explains why last year as the trump administration threatened and higher and higher tariffs importers filled California warehouses. This year though imports are down. There's a lot of uncertainty out there uncertainty about which tariffs going into effect and when and how much consumers will WANNA buy if prices go up at the port of L. A.. Imports were down nineteen percent in October from the same time year ago. Remember though that ships aren't just coming into this port the busiest in the country. They're going out to if we look at the trade data for four. Aw Let's just stick to. US West Coast We certainly see that exports last growth and significant amount. We're talking about minus seventeen. Eighteen point four percent when compared to the same period of last year Peterson is the chief shipping analyst for an Association of Shipowners called Binko. It's literally last lost volumes. Not Business loss activity. I mean the. US is not a big exporter but but still losing a one fifth of own own experts. in a little bit more than half a year as absolutely significant bag the port of La. That lost business is their business. Here's port port director. Jean Sirocco one more time as we talk about how International Trade Impacts the folks that work on the docks that you'll see every day it's the truck drivers the warehouse people administrators like myself logisticians. These folks thrive on this business and from our vantage point today. The fourth quarter of this year is going to show that. We're we're GONNA fall off a cliff because of what these tariffs have done to us. There is a newsy addendum to this story today. President trump at a cabinet meeting just this morning said if the Chinese don't agree to a deal. He's just going to raise tariffs higher in the Commerce Department releasing new data last week American incomes for two thousand eighteen. It's a county by county. Look at where incomes are going up and where they're slowing down or worse. What you find is more evidence of a deepening divide between urban and non urban parts of this country? But but as marketplace's Megan McCarthy Carino reports we are specifically not just talking about the big expensive cities. You're probably thinking of the Metro area. That saw the highest per capita income growth. Last year isn't crawling with techies or financiers per capita personal income grew by more than seventeen percent in Midland Texas beating out San Francisco and New York Midland was followed closely by its neighbour. Odessa Texas. I think it's good for everybody around here. Hernandez does owns the Midland Beer Garden. He says he seemed business. Surged by about twenty percent over the last year thanks to an oil boom in the west. Texas Permian Basin. That's attracted acted a lot of workers. They drink when times are good and people are out here. And they're they're spending per capita income growth. In most urban counties grew by almost five percent in in non urban counties. It grew by four point seven percent. Jeffrey Newman is an economist with the Commerce Department. It's not as much of a difference in range as was a year before but there is a big difference in actual annual income. It's about fifty six thousand per capita in urban counties but just forty one thousand thousand in Non Urban Counties Research Fellow Ryan. None has been studying the disparity at the Brookings Institution. We are learning. That place matters. Agreed deal for the economic opportunities that people in the that families have he says. Cities of all sizes have generally fared better as the economy has transitioned from manufacturing to service service and knowledge based work and that starts a positive feedback loop places that are dense with workers with businesses benefit from having thing those dense labor markets from having those ecosystems of businesses nuns research shows that counties that are almost entirely rural have among the worst wages poverty the an unemployment in the country. I'm Megan McCarthy Carino for marketplace one more macro economic data tidbit before we move on actually. It's to both of them again. Dan From the Commerce Department. homebuilding bounced back a bit in October. An indicator known as housing starts the actual beginning of building a home rose almost four percent in October from a month earlier building permits. which is what you have to have before you have? Housing starts. were up five percent to their highest level in twelve years. Both good news in a housing market of which the defining characteristic has been tight supply. But I'll channel our housing correspondent Scott. Here who right now where she's standing next next to me would be saying you know both those numbers. They're really volatile coming up. My monthly payment literally goes to one of the other members. CREDIT CARDS IN CREDIT CARD DEBT GETS religion. But first let's do the numbers one hundred and two points today as I mentioned three tenths percent. Twenty seven thousand nine hundred. Eighty four Nasdaq up. Twenty points nearly a quarter percent finished at eighty five live seventy the S. and P.. Five hundred flat I think for. It's the fourth day in a row. Humpty Bowie told you about and it's eighty seven point two took off the Dow Kohl's stripped down nineteen eighteen and a half percent today after failing to meet analyst expectations. TJ Expo owner of the TJ. Maxx and Marshall's changed did better rose. One point eight percent on the day housing living starts I mentioned so we look at some companies in the home construction business. Kb Home climbed four. Tenths Percent Taylor. Morrison homes of three tenths percent N.. VR which does homebuilding building and conveniently mortgage banking deposited a tenth of one percent. Today bonds rose yield on the ten year Treasury note fell to one point seventy eight percent. You're listening to marketplace this marketplace. PODCAST is brought to you by Cronos. Cronos knows that hiring and retaining a modern workforce of salaried hourly full and part-time workers can be challenging especially in today's competitive job market. 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This is marketplace. I'm Kai ryssdal information as we know comes in many forms radio and audio of course television newspapers to your social social media feeds as well and often times then information comes nowadays in the form of charts and graphs and there in lies the challenge because by the very nature and and by our often cursory glances the charts and graphs might not be telling us what we think they're telling us. That is the subject of Alberto Cairo's new book. It's called how how charts lie. He's a professor of journalism at the University of Miami professor. Welcome to the program. Hi thanks for having me so this is going to be a tricky one to do on the radio. But we're we're going to do our best asked visual journalism and data being a little bit of an adventure on the radio Let me ask you a very basic question. I When you look at a chart how do you look at it? You're you're a trained observer of these things yes most of the time when we see charts. We didn't approach them. I see if they were where else rations let something that we can just look at and understand quickly and that's actually not true. I learned the hard way that the right way to approach. Charges is to always pay attention to eat assuming that is not an illustration but official argument or an argument made visual. So what you have to. You have to look at a couple of things I gather by reading this book. Okay first of all you have to look at how it's designed how it's laid out. What the measurements are all of those things he says? Oh quite important to pay attention to what is being measured and how so so. It's good to take a look at the definitions behind the numbers that are being represented in the chargers very easy to be misled by them and there are several examples of that in the book. There are in their great a lot of them more political. which we're going to steer away from just we business and economics but there is one that I love? That we've seen a zillion times since President trump assumed office. And that is the charter of job. Growth within the United States Under president trump. which is you know up into the right as the saying goes right? We're adding jobs in this but then zoom out a little bit and the picture is quite different different. It is quite different because the trendy upward trend that we are witnessing in in in job growth and economic development and improvement is something that begun for earlier right under President Obama. That doesn't mean that you know. The the current administration cannot take credit for the economy. They can I think but at the same time we we need to acknowledge that these trends began far earlier. And these yes I align a forty five degree angle line up. Yeah we're a couple of schools in it which which gives singles? Yeah Yeah Yeah But that gets to a bigger point. I guess which I wanted to discuss for a little bit and that is this idea that you look at chart and a lot of times you see what you you want to see there. Is this confirmation bias going on with a chart or a graph. Or what have you correct. And it's very easy to fall to fall into that to basically project act onto the chart what we already want to believe. Actually the title of the book could have perfectly been how we lie to ourselves with charts rather than how charts line the challenge knowledge of course is that while you and I are having fairly lighthearted conversation about some of the mistakes that are made with both making these charts and interpreting them. The problem is that Uh Not infrequently policy both business and regulatory and Economic Take Your pick is made as a result of some of the charts that we out there in the public sphere correct and that is why it's so important to be able to design good charts and also become better readers of charts being able to extract the right meaning from those graphs and maps and diagrams. That we see every day because otherwise we would jump to the wrong to the wrong conclusions because charge can be very persuasive if they may persuade us in their own way lead us in their own way. It's a book called how charts lie bio butter. Cairo journalist designer also professor of journalism at at the University of Miami professor. Thanks time I appreciate it of course thank you so much for having. We've got an excerpt of how charge lie. Check it out at our website site marketplace dot. Org and here's a quick quid pro quo question for you. Would you pay chin. Pay Off your neighbors credit card debt if they agreed that afterward they would pay the same amount to pay off yours. There's a church in Philadelphia. That's been asking that question of its members for more than a decade now. Marketplace's Peter Balan and Rosen. Spent some time there. It's a Sunday night at circle of hope. Church in Philadelphia and a few dozen people gather on a mix of chairs and couches facing a band. This Progressive Church is known for sermons that question scripture. Jesus never said that person and encourage people to give away money to those with less. Jesus says you. You can't serve both God and money and so we're choosing to serve God pastor. Johnny Rasheed says the Church should be involved. Intangible parts of people's lives like helping them pay off credit card debt. We WanNA help people get free from the bondage. They haven't consumer debt a decade ago. The church put together the system where they help three three to five people pool money to pay their credit cards off as a group Marguerite McDonald leads. The debt annihilation team. Which is yeah what the group calls itself Inspirational verse is do not. Oh anything to anyone except for love and loving one another impart is paying each other's debt. She says this system is based on examples in the Bible or communities even out wealth amongst themselves and how it works is a bit complicated. I the church loans. The group about ten K.. Hey interest free to completely pay off one or two cards so poof that debt. It's now gone then. Everyone pulls money each month to pay off a single card quickly then they do another card and another till everyone's debt free then people make monthly payments back to the church for the money loaned so at the end of the day cards get paid off quickly and people save hundreds on interest. Caroline Butcher had over four thousand dollars in debt when she joined the group honestly sleep. All right. What's the hook you know what's the catch because this is too crazy? This is too good to be true to know that yes. I'll I'll all the church money but you'RE GONNA pay my credit. You're going to write a check to my credit card from the church. Who does that? Caroline had been an aspiring spiring dancer and dance teacher when she broke her ankle. Ice Skating out of work. She ended abusing her credit card of bunch and Iraq over four thousand dollars in debt in January raped she joined the group stopped using credit card and had her debt paid off by the church. And I remember seeing it on my computer screen on my online banking and it was. It felt like a second chance but it also doesn't really change your lifestyle because now you stuff to make the same monthly payments for now. You're distracting the MELTZER trail. Yeah so my monthly payment literally goes to one of the other members credit cards since then she's been making the same payments she had been making about. How thirty bucks but to someone else in the group who came in with ten K.? Debt onto cards which means typing in his account number to a different bank. His name is on it. And my money's going to him. How did it feel the first time you had to do that if I kinda cool that kind of grounded me in in the sense of this is what community is helping each other? Because we're being helped by the church so nothing about the church system is legally binding caroline could at any point. Walk away from the group. Something that has happened in the past this whole system just relies trying to trust. She won't in the group members also hold each other accountable to making a budget and not using a credit card turning both paying off debt and the active of living within your means which is usually super hidden and personal sticking all that turning into a big social act. Any sort of group that you're in is going to help change your mindset from me to a when I first joined it was like okay my debt and my failures and and my shortcomings and Blah Blah Blah Blah but being a part of this community is turning my focus outward a little bit by January. Her group should totally pay off the final members. Then they'll pay back the church for the money loaned up front and then caroline will be debt free more quickly and she would have been on her own. I Peter Balance on Rosen for marketplace. There's more about how this church and its members collectively payoff each other's debt on our podcast. It's called this is uncomfortable in this final note on the way out today. In which the government of the state of California -fornia puts its car buying money where its mouth is in the back and forth that this state is having with the trump administration over air quality and fuel efficiency Standards California wants and has had for years the authority set tougher. Standard President trump wants to take data thirty away Ford Volkswagen Honda and BMW have sided with California general promoters Fiat Chrysler. Toyota and Nissan are with the feds. So Governor Gavin newsom says quote car makers that have chosen to be on the wrong side of history will be on the losing using end of California's buying power. Are we gotta go the Dow industrials off one hundred and two points today. Three tenths percent. Thanks Home Depot. NASDAQ ASTEC was up. Twenty points nearly a quarter percent yes and be five hundred. Basically flat four days last five I think our digital and on demand team include Janet Win Olga Oxman expend Brian Ronan and Tony Wagner. Arnez is our executive director of on demand. I'm Kai Ryssdal. We will see tomorrow this is. APN this this marketplace podcast is brought to you by the capital one spark cashcard offering unlimited two percent cashback on all your business purchases learn more capital one dot com capital one. What's in your wallet?

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Are you getting a raise yet?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

27:25 min | 1 year ago

Are you getting a raise yet?

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I'm KAI Rozelle Tuesday five March could as always to have you along everybody we begin today with some metallurgy and some national security trade policy specifically section two thirty two of the trade expansion act of nineteen sixty two as amended there's a lot in that sense. So let me explain the aforementioned section to thirty two lets the president impose tariffs at his discretion on certain imports that he or eventually she decides are essential to national security, which is to say American national security demands this country have its own industries in the tariff items make sense. All right. That is the legal grounding for the president's tariffs last year on steel aluminum section to thirty two now to the metallurgy. The Commerce Department says under section two thirty two it's looking into putting tariffs on imports of something called titanium sponge, except this time it's not acting at the behest. Out of the White House. It's a company called time. It that's doing the asking the only manufacturer of titanium sponge in the United States. Marketplace's Mariel cigar takes it. From there Tatum. Sponge is a raw form of titanium that's used in a lot of military equipment helicopter, blades jet, airframes and engines tank armor, Jennifer Hillman, teaches at Georgetown law the companies that make those things imports sixty percent of the titanium they need from other countries and tie met. Again. The only company in the US that makes titanium sponge is arguing because it's used in all of these military applications that is an essence threat to the national security of the United States. If a Commerce Department agrees, the president could impose tariffs on titanium imports, but Barent Jansen a trade lawyer at Eakin Gump says there's bound to be some pushback for one thing, the US gets most of its titanium from Japan and Japan, of course, is one of the. Closest military allies of the United States tie. Mets argument is a little different from the one that Trump administration used to justify tariffs on imported steel and aluminum in those cases, the administration said the country needs healthy steel and aluminum sectors to have a strong economy. Johnson says that's a controversial reading of the law. What we're seeing? Now really is a is a stretching of the statutory concept of national security to include economic security. In other words, he says the administration has been using the national security argument as an economic policy tool. I'm maryelle Sagarra for marketplace. Just because you can never have enough trade. All right. That's a bit tongue in cheek. But the news is the news. There is a meeting in Washington tomorrow with the European Union trade delegation and American fficials about cars nominally in the Trump administration's demand that the EU cut its tariffs on American vehicles. As happen often times with trade, though, things have gotten messy as. Places Stephen beard reports from the European desk in London, these talks should be easy. Unlike China, the EU is not a geostrategic rival for the US. And it hasn't been ripping off American technology the spat, oh, the call tariffs could be settled FOSS as Daniel gross of the center of a European policy. Studies you could reduce its high tariffs on cars. The US a little bit on trucks. And then both sides could came victory at four. If it were only about cars, there wouldn't be any problem. The problem is it's also about foam produce like chlorine wash chicken and hormone-treated beef the US wants to sell the stuff in Europe. But analyst Peter cleft says your won't stomach that because of protectionism and consumer irrationality versus irrational fear about American foods. Nobody seems to notice that Americans or eating it. So it can be the end of the world nevertheless says Hogan's meeting of the German Bank, berenberg. This produce is political poison here. It would topple for instance, the German government if the government were to try to lower the German or European consumer protection stand for certain agricultural goods, the US and the EU want to avoid a trade war. Professor Allen winters of Sussex university thinks they probably will bought quite a significant Johns. I think that we really could have a major bus stop. And that would be really serious for the world at one and a quarter trillion dollars a year. This is by far the world's biggest trade relationship in London. I'm Stephen bid for marketplace. Wall Street today, flat flat, flat flat. We'll have the details. When we do the numbers. The oil industry in this economy is really a tale of two industries, the smaller independent producers and the Jain Norma's multinationals of which the big generalist ones. There is news today, Chevron and Exxon Mobil said this morning. They're going big in the shale oil fracking business down in the Permian basin in Texas, which we noted because for the better part of the past decade or so that side of the American oil production, boom has been the province of the independent drillers. Marketplace. Ben Bradford explains what's going on there. When big oil companies were looking for new reserves a decade ago analyst, Artem abroa- the at rice that energy says they turned to the sea back in two thousand ten the road was still hoping that deep. Walter will become the next major source of supply, but that is expensive. And meanwhile, independent producers began extracting, large amounts of oil and gas from shale rock on land, Chevron and Exxon Mobil, I invested in the large US shale formation. Called the Permian basin only a few years ago. But now both companies say they will double production within five years history. Professor, Diana hidden at the university of Texas Permian basin says this is the nature of the oil game small guys come in. And they set the table, and then the nature's buys a mountain. Enjoy the banquet car Ingham at the Texas. Alliance of energy. Producers says that'll drive up the cost of land for smaller producers that have tighter margins there, probably is some element of squeezing out the smaller producers, or at least kind of pushing them to the fringes where that production may be cheaper per barrel. The big oil companies haven't completely eliminated their own risk in says shale drilling is still a new field. What we don't know is how long this level of production will hold up as long as it does. It's good news for consumers at the gas pump US shale production has helped cut oil prices by about half over the past five years. I'm Ben Bradford for marketplace. Coming up tomorrow on the marketplace morning report and oil adjacent industry cars and the insuring thereof chat with Tom Wilson. The CEO vol stay. Fans of the Netflix hit queer eye will already notice but season three drops later this month. And if somehow you have managed to live through the past year or so in this economy without hearing about this show. It's a makeover. If you will of a makeover show from the mid two thousand called queer eye for the street guy. Five gay guys, the fab five they were called offering wardrobe grooming and lifestyle advice to a usually stylistically challenged heterosexual, man. The new show is similar but a bit different attachment broader in the scope of the makeover Koroma Brown is the designated culture expert in the new fab five a one time, social worker and therapist. He's the life coach kind of that group. Anyway, he came down to marketplace world headquarters here in Los Angeles. The other day to talk about the show and his new memoir called Kerama. He and I sat down in the studio we set our lows, and then we got right to it. So look we're going to get to you and the book. In the show and all that stuff in a minute. But I want to pull out a thread. That's actually in the book about innocence. How you wound up doing what you're doing? Yes. And it's guy we've had on this program rupaul. Yes. I want you to tell me what it was about rupaul that made you say I wanna do that. Well, might to personal here is Phil down you and rupaul. And when I was in the I think it was eighth grade your kid. Yeah. It was a kid. He had a VH one talk show that not many people know about 'cause they only know about him from either being dragged performer or rent Drager, seeing a black gay man, do something that was inspiring people. Immediately resonated with me I led with that. Because it is clear through this book. And what I've read about you. And seeing you on the show that you are extremely intentional. You have a plan the all the time. Yes. Like since forever. Yes. What would have happened? Do you suppose if things had not going according to plan because you did the real world Philadelphia. And it was a terrible experience for you. You got lucky getting on queer eye because you squeezed in at the last minute, you have a you kinda live on the. Yeah, why believe that's the way you're supposed to act who say more about that? So the something that tell my children all the time. I've actually shared on queer. I is this your kids by the way to blue son's. Yeah. One biological one adopted is this mantra a plan to ask for help. If needed I think, it's very important for you to have clear intention about where you wanna go. But along the line things are going to pop up that don't give you what you thought the outcome should be. And that's when you have to ask for help and readjust failure isn't the opposite of success as part of it? And if you can use failure as gifts that are given to you to get to the life you want then you always be great. Okay. So to then season one of the show. So you get on the show, and it's all great and. You know, the five guys and you're having a good time the atoll in it. But in the course of filming season one. It's your sense as you say in the book that the producers are trying to put you into a slot that you may be are not happy with they want you to talk about plays and art and this and that and you're like, I'm more internal than external culture. Yeah. And then you watch season one when it airs and tell me what you saw of yourself. I was completely embarrassed because of season one I watched the first episode with my children, and they were like, here's our father who's educated who worked as a social worker and psychotherapist for many years and he's making photo albums, and I was in barris by that. And I understood what they were trying to do queer eye for the most part from the original interational to now has been a visual show people like to see physical makeovers. And I think that we underestimated the audience to where now with season three coming out. They are like Kurama. Oh, go fort help people. Understand why they haven't had a haircut twenty years. Why they haven't changed their clothes in twenty years. Why they're self deprecating especially in the space where most people don't understand that their behaviors are hurting them. I think it's important to have someone like myself on the show and to have a book like this to give him advice. So they can live better lives. That's so funny. You call this an advice book because it's really not. It's your lifestyle. There's no sub paragraph of here's what you do in this situation. It's you, you know, iterating your story while I think a lot of us learn from other people's examples. That's why shows like queer eye are so important to us because someone living their life shows you a road map of what you can do. And the story that I discussed in the book are universal how to deal with addiction how to deal with abuse. And I do share some examples of what you can do to have those hard conversations with people in your life. Which is that direct advice important point not to be glossed over here, you are in your sparkling baseball, Jack, and you know. Zayn are bomb or Jags Jagger, right? Sorry. But but look you actually have been there you've been in addiction and you've been in an abusive. Household right. Yes. So you know, wherever you speak. I have I've been to these things and a lot of times people contact me on social media and say you don't understand because you've never lived it. And I say, no, no, no, no, no. I've went through the gambit of it. I've had addiction. I've went through a household of physical abuse emotional abuse. I have been a single parent who was making forty thousand dollars a year trying to support to children social workers don't make that much. And you don't you've also been the guy who after real world and probably now too can get paid ten thousand dollars for showing up at a club in Hollywood and sticking around for thirty minutes. I did after the rare those days are gone. There's no more club. No more. But at that time, I didn't have the guidance from my parents to know how to even manage that money. I'm not like one of these individuals who were raised with a silver spoon in my mouth. And now I've always lived with private planes. I still never been on a private plane. You know what I mean? Yeah. I remember the first time I was in first class the other day, you know, is a very real experience for me. So let me ask you a little bit of a poke in the eye question. Yeah. And this is going to it's going to sound political. And I really don't mean it to, but you're a deeply full man who makes his living now on a reality television show who got his break in reality television, fifteen something years ago. Exactly he and we live in a society and an economy, which is deeply fractured at least in part because of reality television, okay, discuss. So I was on a reality show fifteen years ago, where I added to that fractured nature where I was all about the arguments and. No solutions, and I then took a twelve year break, let's be clear about that. Where I worked on myself and went back to being my career. And when I made the decision to come back to television. I decided I can't go back into the space where I am adding to the division that we're filling in our country. And so it was an intentional choice to make sure that if I was going to be back in TV that I was going to do things that were going to somehow try to heal and help us to grow. And so what queer eye has done for me is giving me an opportunity to say to people. Yeah. At one point. I was a little ask. But now I've learned and now you too can figure it out and grow because at the end of the day, we all want love we all want support. We all want someone to care for us and to show that back to other people Chroma Brown, you know, from queer eye got a book out to called grim, actually, come smart vitamin thanks for Jada extra coming in. Thank you so much for having me. If you wanna see grandma sparkley jackets bomber jacket. He says baseball naked. I say, and maybe here where he thinks we're is going to be five years now, but you can actually watch the full conversation on our YouTube channel, we are marketplace APM and while you're there. Please. Coming up. Most members of congress are looking at how it's going to affect their constituents and how it affects the re election coming up at twenty twenty the new NAFTA, and those congress people staying in congress, but I sure what do the numbers. Down down thirteen points. Today will call that flat twenty-five thousand eight oh, six NASDAQ, flat seventy five seventy six s and p five hundred four that's twenty seven and eighty nine the food and Drug administration. Commissioner Scott godly directed the agency's response to back, oh and e cigarettes US tobacco stops jumped immediately. After the news today. The Gottlieb is gonna step down ultra finished up eight tenths percent turning point brands gained twelve point seven percent today. Galley also sought speedier approval of medical devices cardinal health down two percent today. Medtronic found four tenths of one percent pizza chain Papa John's has reached a settlement with controversial founder, John schnatter. Papa John's it said Papa John is going to resign from the board company. Heated up five percent on that news. You're listening to marketplace. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kronos known compliments you in their paycheck is correct. But make one mistake, and you risk alienating your entire workforce with Cronos. They make sure your payroll is done, right. The first time from punch to paycheck embedded checklists. Simplified workflows a single source of truth HR, payroll talent and timekeeping in one unified system all with a proven implementation approach and simplified transparent pricing. Learn more at Kronos dot com slash payroll. Kronos, workforce innovation that works. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by aspiration big banking is or should we say was broken. They charge high fees and use your deposits to fund pipelines and oil drilling. But it doesn't have to be this way. 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We talk a lot about wages on this program because paychecks matter is why and wage growth is finally becoming a steady thing in this economy, especially at the lower end of the pay scale marketplace's said, reduce your explains why that might be part of Dan north job is to go out on the road and talked to business owners. He's chief economist at Euler Hermes, they provide trade credit insurance finding skilled labor up until recently has been done number one problem. He says they've started paying more one gentleman raises Hannington, I can't find people to work. And I am now doing something. I never would have imagined ever do which is I'm hiring people with criminal records that is a sign of a tight labor market, but data show wages have not risen equally. That's really happening for workers in low wage industries, Martha JIMBO direct economic research at indeed dot com, she points out that while wage growth for middle and high wage earners around three percent. It's at four point four percent for low wage earners for bartenders. For example. It was at six point four percent. Meridian players are having to compete more and more for workers because those low wage workers are going to have higher paid options. Opening up to them. One reason is that low wage workers were hit the hardest during the recession. So they've been starting off from a pretty low point another factor. Minimum wage increases, at least Gould is with the Economic Policy Institute wage growth for low wage workers, those at the ten th percentile in states with at least one minimum wage increase in the last five years with more than fifty percent faster than in states without any minimum wage increase. One question that remains is whether people in the middle of the income spectrum will also see strong wage gains, slow edge growth for middle income folks has been a puzzle for years and likely will continue to be New York. I'm sure for marketplace. There was a report out from the US trade representative's office the other day, the Trump administration's two thousand nineteen trade policy agenda. I totally get if you maybe didn't read it. The thing ran three hundred seventy three pages all in you know, who did read it though, or did a heavy skim. Anyway, she tells me Tracey Samuelson on the Trade Desk is who top of the list for the White House. She points out getting a deal with China and getting the new NAFTA through congress and on that last one, well, here's Tracy on the especially tricky politics of modern trade agreements with our signatures today, we will formerly declare the intention of our three countries to replace NAFTA with the US MCA, President Trump signed the US MCA back in November flanked by leaders from Canada and Mexico a truly groundbreaking achievement modern day agreement at presidential signing is usually the last stop of the legislative process. The act that makes a Bill. L A law. But with trade agreements, the signing ceremony is just that ceremony often the start of a long tough fight to get the deal approved by congress. The dynamic is typically ban presidents negotiate agreements presence from either party Republicans overwhelmingly supported and enough Democrats get dragged along to make it possible. Senator Pat Toomey, Republican from Pennsylvania is on the Senate finance committee, which has jurisdiction on trade matters. He says the US MCA faces and especially tough path. Now, we're in a dynamic where it's it's very different. We have a president who's much less pro-trade than the Republican. Consensus has been historically and Democrats do not appear as through about working with this president as they might have been with others team me is a big advocate for free trade. But he doesn't like the new NAFTA. Why would oppose it in its current form? He doesn't like that has to be renewed. Every sixteen years doesn't like that includes minimum wage. Requirements for auto workers doesn't like the way it changes a system in the original NAFTA to handle investor disputes now, theoretically, the implementing legislation could improve upon a number of these provision. But I don't think the administration has any intention of improving. They see these items as features not flaws Democrats have their own issues with the deal. Here's speaker Pelosi back in December his still does not have. It has good features to it. But they don't matter at all if you don't have enforcement so enforcement in terms of the labor provisions enforcement in terms of the environmental provisions other Democrats are worried that patent protections for certain class of drugs are too long and will lead to higher prices and newly in charge of the house of representatives. Democrats have a lot of power here. Nancy Pelosi famously with us Colombia free trade agreement sat on that agreement for four years while she was speaker. Christopher sands when's the center for Canadian studies at Johns Hopkins University, she was holding it to some extent hostage. So she could get leverage to get other concessions out of the administration. This was around the financial crisis and Pelosi said congress needed to prioritize the worsening US economy now just win the US MCA will come up for a vote isn't yet clear, but the longer congress waits the more the deal will become an election issue. Most members of congress are looking at how it's going to their constituents and how it will affect the re-election coming up at twenty twenty. And I think that the the gamble here is going to be what's my vote worth any. If I approve this agreement now will be happier. Which is how the fate of big trade agreements can often rest on a few divisive issues. Even if they're relatively small parts of the deal. Drug patents were also a big hangup for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which never got a vote in congress despite a big push from the Obama administration. And if Washington was hyper partisan, then departure, much, more uncertain Aleksei. Mac destler specializes in the politics of trade at the university of Maryland. The problem is I think for Democrats is a lot of them both artists skeptically inclined and don't want to give Trump victory and Republicans are quite shaky in terms of Trump's approach to trade more generally Dessler says some Republicans might before sticking with the old NAFTA over the new US MCA, which leaves the White House with a very uncertain path forward. I'm Tracey Samuelson. Marketplace. This final note on the way out. We don't do a whole lot of obituaries on this program. But there was a passing a couple three weeks ago that we wanted to note here Lenny Guilio had been the inhouse barber at the Federal Reserve building in Washington since nineteen seventy eight we happened upon a profile of them will about six or seven years ago. And we call them up. Hi, this is Lenny Lenny, it's Ridsdale dollar marketplace in Los Angeles. How are you? What is marketplace? So we're a show on business in the economy. Mostly what we wanna know is is what it's like to cut Ben Bernanke. He's hair just like, cutting yours. Well, except I have more hair than the chairman does. Well, yeah. But do you have a beer to? No, I don't. And that's the thing you do do his beard too. Yeah. I do trim his beard. Now, how often does he come in for a haircut about every three weeks or so is your shot actually in the fed building? And can anybody come in and get a haircut, but they know me. Yeah. I'm gonna take anybody new you you have to have a reference Lenny Guilio, he was seventy one. All right. We gotta go. The Dow the NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred dollar flat flat flat today are digital and on-demand team includes Kerry barber Stephen beyond then you'll true Aguayo Dwayne Griffith, Houston bedhead coat and sermon end is Sarah T is the executive director of digital star Neves is our executive director of on demand. I'm KAI Ryssdal. We will see tomorrow. This is APN.

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Disney enters the streaming war

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Disney enters the streaming war

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This one is the twelfth day of April good as always to have long everybody. There is some Federal Reserve stuff to talk about some budget stuff and some deficit stuff a little bit of politics to actually, although we do try to limit that as you know, K Davidson is at the Wall Street Journal shoes in our bureau in Washington, Kate. Hey guy. So just you and me this week. Just, you know for those who are listening for another voice. But lemme lemme start with the Federal Reserve and Herman Cain and Stephen Moore, the president's rumored choices he has said they are his choices but hasn't officially nominated them. Mr. Canaan seems is not getting the votes required. Mr moore. Stephen Moore, a longtime economic commentator is also in some trouble. But I want to ask you, this Republican senators are very slowly coming around to the idea that these men might not be suitable for the Federal Reserve, but they are not critiquing their economic views. They're relying instead on personal. That these two men have. And I wonder how you're thinking about that. Well, I think it's I think it's very interesting how these two picks came about they were very different the process here or lack thereof is different from what we've seen so far. So, you know, early on in the Trump administration. There were longtime fed watchers who are very nervous that the president would maybe try to put in very partisan political picks, and I would say at least initially the first round of of of nominees were fairly mainstream. And I think that gave a lot of comfort to markets into into people who worked within the fed or head, you know, former fed people that actually this is fairly typical folks drum Powell certainly he'd been there a long time views are fairly closely aligned with Jenny Yellen. Randy quarrels, rich Clarita, even the nomination of Nellie laying. She was a democrat. So that was a little bit unusual. But, but I think she was well regarded she ran into some problems. I think with with some resistance from the banking community and she ended up with. Drying. Now here comes Stephen Moore and Herman Cain in the previous process. That was run through the National Economic Council the president's advisors. They played a big role in finding candidates selecting them. And I think generally the president was, you know, not all that interested. He was happy to review those picks this time, he clearly selected these two P these two men himself announced them for the head and gone through any of the vetting so far. And I think that that that's a clear break from what we'd seen before? And I think it just demonstrates the president as we know has been frustrated with fed policy think it suggest he wants to take take the reins they're a little bit and inject some of his, you know, his own his own views in the central blank. She'll let me ask you this in and it's a semi-official question. But it goes like this what's wrong with that. Okay. And the hang on let me let me give you the part two of that question. Which is we call. It's gotta be ten or twelve conservative or right-leaning economists this past week. None of them would go on the record as criticizing these choices because we wanted to get a conservative. Say what is problematical with having the fed be politicized? So you do it. Well, visit the fed has this very long tradition of independence, and the people that will say, they're not really truly independent. I mean, the the the president in selecting nominees for the board that that is a way that that the White House does have political influence, and certainly I think if you look back at different picks in both administrations there picking people whose views presumably align with their own economic views. I think what's different in this instances, not that these two men are viewed as political, but that they're viewed as more partisan, and and also the fact that they they had they've they've really shifted their view of what is appropriate for the direction monetary policy, and their views seem to have swung based on who is in the White House. That is Steve Moore, for example, had been calling for much tighter policy during the Obama administration. Now, the economy's doing even better, and he seems to be. Supporting the view of President Trump that that the policy actually should be looser that the fed made a mistake and tightening. And and I think that if he makes it to nomination hearing. There will be LA number of lawmakers who want to hear him explain further, you know, how do you justify that shift as I think that's what gives people concern and their in laws the economic harm right because doing doing things for political gain becomes a problem. Economically, ready think the fed the fed would say that that their goal is to do. What's best for the economy over the long run? So obviously, you know politicians have different interests. So we have an election coming up in twenty twenty if the fed I mean, I think the fed is signal that they're they're done raising rates for this year. And who knows if they'll raise them again before the before the next presidential election. But, but obviously, I think folks in the White House would like to continue to see robust economic growth, and they really don't want the fed doing anything that might slow that down. That's where this sort of natural conflict comes from in. Davison at the Wall Street Journal for just about five minutes on this Friday afternoon. Thanks, kate. Thanks a lot K. See a Wall Street on this Friday in mid April traders heading into the weekend fill in for two good. I would say we'll have the details when we do the numbers. We're going to do a little bit of capitalism, giveth capitalism taketh away. Now, I'm speaking figuratively. Here. Of course, J P Morgan announced quarterly profits today that we're pretty great. If you're JP Morgan the banks consumer division, did especially well helped by a big jump in consumer loan revenue Wells Fargo and PNC said, basically the same thing. But for all that money that the banks are making a quick reminder. That consumers are the ones paying marketplace adjusting. How has that the fact that consumers are borrowing? More says a lot about the strength of the economy says Jamie, Cox, managing director with Harris financial group when consumers feel confident about their prospects for a job in the future day tend to borrow more. He's his balance sheets are strong to meaning consumers actually can borrow more. But it's important to point out that consumer loans aren't your traditional mortgage or on alone. It's a credit card. It is something like would you get a check in the mail. It says you just have to sign and you get ten thousand dollars. That's neat. Toby had complete Bank data people aren't taking out consumer loans to fund their IRA's or anything. This is clearly access spending. In fact, a good chunk of J P Morgan's consumer loan revenue this quarter came from credit card debt, the average credit card rate right now is eighteen percent. That's good for banks who were barely paying anything depositors, but Myra Rodriguez via Darras at 'em RV associates says she's concerned about the borrowers. The average American different. Just have a consumer loan that person might also have a car loan that personnel. Somebody have a mortgage and old together. We're now at indebtedness levels that are higher than two thousand eight she says that kind of debt is sustainable so long as people are still employed in seeing moderate wage gains in New York. I'm just in ho for marketplace. I'm just going to say right up front that there is going to be some pressure in my house to get Disney. Plus the company's new streaming service at announced. This week and given that pressure. I'm also going to be right up front and say, I don't mind the new price point a bit six dollars ninety nine cents a month seems quite reasonable. Thank you very much. I am a bit curious though about how they landed on that figure. Marketplace's refinish or has the answer. So Disney's pricing strategy is clearly aggressive gaffe than just reef Erlich direct equity research at Bank of America, Merrill, Lynch. She was at Disney's investor meeting when all this was announced but six dollars ninety nine cents. How did Disney come up with that number? They looked at the price of a chicken sandwich at chick fillet. And they said people would probably give one of those up in exchange for unlimited access to Disney Pixar marvel and the Simpsons that was Josh Brown. He CEO ritholtz wealth management, by the way, now Disney's openly said it's trying to undercut nut flex who. Standard plan cost nearly double wood Disney's will but pricing Disney. Plus is kind of a murky calculation. Abraham revealed teaches finance at. This is Syms school of business. Market. If you've all thing, it's really difficult to come up with a number to me the numbers just coming out of a hat. Ritholtz is Josh Brown says Disney can always wait and raise prices later. Fizzy is one of the few media companies that have the financial flexibility lose money for a couple of years. There is one little thing about Disney's price. They was probably pretty deliberate. The fact that it's six ninety nine and not seven dollars. These actually showed that people treat the price different. Michael Smith is a professor of IT and marketing at Carnegie Mellon 699. Just sounds a lot cheaper than seven. Even even though everyone knows it's just a cent difference by Disney's calculation. It'll have between sixty and eighty million subscribers by twenty twenty four in New York. I'm sure for marketplace. The energy news of this product comes to his fine. The Permian basin down in west Texas, the biggest petroleum region in the country. The oil giant, Chevron is becoming more giant. I guess you'd say it's going to buy Anadarko petroleum for thirty three billion dollars, which will make it one of the biggest players in the US shale basin business. Marketplace's Jackie Stewart explains what's going on there. The last time. The poem basin was this popular was hundreds of millions of years ago when it was an ocean and the place to be ancient marine life. Those organic remains resulted in a huge amounts of oil and gas in the shale rock in what's now, west Texas and southeastern New Mexico Davidson is at the energy institute at the university of Texas Austin, the Permian is in many ways, the center of the oil investment world right now extracting the oil and gas locked up in that shale through fracking was still considered an expensive and risky technique. Just a few decades ago. So we'll though Chevron and the other oil giants do own rights in the poem already. They would contend to. Leave the tough extractions to smaller. Independent players, Diana David's Hinton is at the university of Texas Permian basin. What the independence did was show. The majors that you can get an enormous amount of loan gifts out of what had previously not the neck anonymously accessible independence like Apache pioneer. Clump show and dozens more Chris Nicholl at energy consultants wood MacKenzie. We do see the potential for more consolidation within the Permian basin. So if you hadn't prepared to hear that would a lot more in the future as deals done example, one Chevron CEO, Mike with it's not about getting bigger in the permanent about getting better in the Permian than we think this makes us even better in the Permian plummy in got it. I'm Jackson for marketplace. Coming up, my personal opinion. Is you don't last if you're not good at what you do. True in life true in TV, the show runner of the shy on Showtime. But first, let's do the numbers. Up two hundred sixty nine points today. One percent twenty six thousand four twelve NASDAQ rose thirty six points four tenths percent, seventy nine eighty four this p five hundred nineteen points about two thirds percent twenty nine and seven therefore the week. The Dow almost flat NASDAQ up slightly more than half percent. The S and P five hundred up about a half percent today. Talked to earlier in the show about banks for big banks reported today. J P Morgan positive four point six percent PNC gained three percent. Wells Fargo not-so-good down two point six percent. First Republic Bank, also down seven tenths of one percent. There. We talked about Disney's streaming service. Hopefully cow shares up eleven and a half percent at best of one day increase in about a decade police the trail of the new Star Wars movie, the rise of the Skywalker seemed to have helped a little bit as well. Every generation has a legend. You know? You're listening to marketplace. Everybody. That's kyw. I want you to listen to a podcast, I host with Molly. Would it's called make me smart. Every week. We connect the dots on big issues in tech, the economy and culture, and if you've been waiting for our explain a Thon will this week is your week. 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Hot cloud storage, thinking about moving your data storage to the cloud was obvious enterprise. Class cloud storage at one fifth the price of Amazon S three and up to six times faster with no hidden fees for egress or API requests was obvious low cost high speed fully secure storage blows away the competition, including Google and Microsoft disruption starts here. Do the math for yourself and start a free trial. I was Sabi dot com. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. There's a series on Showtime called the shy it sent in the south side of Chicago, historically, African American neighborhood. The show tells the stories of the people who live there it was created by Lena, wait, originally from the south side herself. So there's a DNA to the show that isn't just in the storytelling it extends to the show's production as well production that is being run in the second season by another woman with close ties to the city Ianna Floyd Davis is in charge of season two of the shy. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me talk to me about this is a very broad question with which to start, but I'm going to roll with it. How did you get where you are? Oh, lord. I'll say this my big break came when I moved to LA, I was working in investment banking. I then got into the Walt Disney writing fellowship in. It's a really great fellowship where they pay you to right? They pay you a stipend they give you tickets at Disneyland is really pretty cool. Yeah. Yeah. This is really expensive. So I was really hyped about that. But anyway, I got into that fellowship program in that led to my first staff job on getting his crossing, which was really kind of house before house was house medical. Sure. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. So and that was gonna win more about TV than I thought I did. Okay. Oh, yeah. And here you are now running show running a a not insubstantial show where you have some in this industry. And and it's interesting because you are a woman of color with influence and power in a town where that's a new thing, isn't that? Great. Happy with that. No, it's look it's been a journey bit awry, and it's a it's a great time to honestly, be woman of color this. Can we talk about the chauffeur minute as shy season to I want to talk specifically about Chicago as a character in this program lets the actual people, but this city and the south side is is a narrative in and of itself, and obviously that came from season one. And and the folks who created it. I wonder though, how you think of it as the woman running the show you've got a city now, which is, you know, just industry news context troubled right with with a interesting new mayor on the horizon, but you know, crime is an issue there and inequality, how do you think about the city's a character? Well, first of all is the limit Chicago on the south. I at twenty nine thousand king dry, pretty sure. I'm pretty sure he's going to be specific. So you know, I saw behind the headlines, and I'm not saying that the headlines are justified. But fortunately for me. None of that touch me. I'm me Chicago was a very aspirational time in my life. I was in grad school. So my relationship is differently. And I think that's what I was trying to bring to the show is like, it's not all, you know, shoot them up bang bang. So how do you do that? How do you does it affect how you stop the writer's room, for instance, and develop the themes of the program how you know as as show runner. How do you bring your experience to bear? Well, yeah, you definitely, you know, start with the people, you know, that you bring into the creative process. I mean, I wanted to show about people and I wanted a neighborhood drama. And I wanted to feel like, you know, we're just peaking inside someone the window and kind of watching them live. So there was a lot of care and attention take into that. I mean, one of our writers on staff was a former Chicago police officer who patrol the south side. So he brought his own exp-. You know, kind of walking that line of being a black man on a police force. That has had, you know, sometimes tagging stick relationship with black, man. So it was just a lot of things that I tried to bring together in the hopes that we could just at more specificity to the show. How do you learn how to do this show holding? Oh, wow. Is it just brag learning on the way? We'll different people. Learn different ways, you know, some people get thrown into it. Some people, you know, get the job and don't know what they're doing. You know saying? You know, a lot of is bad for reason. But for me, it was brick by brick. I've been doing this for a while. And I've worked with some pretty big names in television, some pretty big show runners, and it was a lot of sitting back and learning in mistakes and writing a lot sooner you're one of the people who in ten or fifteen years new person sitting in this spot across from whoever's hosting the show. They're gonna say, oh, I sit back and listen to an Floyd Davis that ha- that happens now in it's frightening. Well, like younger people, you know, they may not be show runners, but they're moving along incision somewhere. Right. Yeah. And no other writers on shows produces on shows. I I'm glad to see people. You know, when I was coming to the business, there weren't people like me in the business. I can count the number of women I can count the number of black women black people on one hand. I can tell you who they were. You know what I mean? And now, you have social media were show runners have public profiles, and you can like d m one of them or, you know, follow them up here. But so so so, that's that's great. That's awesome. You know, it all, but it also creates a sense of kind of instant celebrity, and that anybody can be a show runner. And I'm not saying like show running is some mythical unattainable thing. It's just that people skip over the work because sometimes I see some of it. And I'm like oh God. Like, you know, you're putting yourself short year. There's no shortcuts. Healy are like in life. Like, nothing is there's nothing it's it's the shy on Showtime season, two airing. You n Davis. She runs it. Thanks. Thank you. There are industries out there that are ripe for disruption that you'd hear about and you'd go. Oh, yeah. That makes sense Uber. Right. And then there are industries out there ripe for disruption that for forty nine point two percent of the population. Just doesn't occur to us for the majority of Americans are the ones who wear them. Bras are overdue for some disruption. Brands like American eagle's eyrie are expanding their turf by appealing to female empowerment and featuring unretired photos in their ads data driven online retailers like third love making bras that fit women rather than making women fit into bras. Marketplace's Eric barris takes a closer. Look the business of bras on a spring night. Sarah, buckles is out for a walk at an outdoor mall in Pittsburgh with her boyfriend. They stop at an airy store where she looks at bras. I don't actively shop for abroad anywhere else. And I think it's mostly because this is just the most successful. I would say buckles who is twenty six. Says she likes Aries basic cotton bras, because they're comfortable and under thirty dollars. And she also likes Aries ads which feature models of all shapes and colors with records tattoos and stretch marks. You do see people wearing it who are more relatable body type or where it's kind of hard to tell like maybe with Victoria secret because it's geared towards once very specific body type. So it doesn't give me much of an idea of how it would look on me airy only has a few hundred stores, but is planning to open up sixty to seventy five more this year, Victoria secret has more than a thousand stores, but recently announced it's closing more than fifty Barbara Kahn marketing, professor at Warton says the rise in athletes are meant to spike in sports bra sales, and that's led to women wanting more comfortable, bras, all the time. Once of consumer moves, something that's more comfortable is very hard to get them. Back into the less, comfortable clothing and concepts shoppers. Also want more sizes in shades, which online startups like true and company. Cup and adore me. Offer and third love a six year old company that sells bras and seventy eight sizes twice as many as most brands and some of those are half sizes Forbes estimates it to be worth seven hundred fifty million dollars to enter your Email again. To learn more about the company I pulled up at site with my friends, sue, Shannon, who for the past two years has pretty much only warned this brand. I'm a little obsessed. It's the first brawl that I've ever had that actually fits and holds me today. She's looking for a new bra. She works her way through the brands fit finder to get resized for a seventy two dollar bra answering questions about her height. What latch she closes her Braun and figuring out which one of nine brush shaped. She has actually always have a hard time with this. But I think I might just be round the data collected from my friends and thirteen million other women who have filled out questionnaires on third love site. Go into an algorithm that calculates the best bra size and shape for each customer. According to third love co CEO Heidi Zach third love uses the platform. Shop affi- the company says most of the customer data is stored there in it systems, the same level of encryption is used that large banks use to keep information secure Zach used to work at Google and says her brands fit finder isn't that different than visiting a store and having the lady with the measuring tape figure out the right broth view in some ways. What we've done is take a really old school, not scalable method of finding bra size and really brought it into the digital age. And then the next step customizing bras to give everyone a better fit instead of the way. Bras, have traditionally been made using a thirty four B as standard, then sizing up or down third. Love says with so much data. It can handle any kind of fit issues that a woman may have from a digging under wire to slipping strap it took a while to have a bra industry disrupter because making bras costs a lot says core Harrington author of intimate detail the most. Of bras, has two dozen components. We're talking straps closure is adjusted as wires, patting bans, just all these pieces and someone has a so them together at a machine to precision that's measured in millimeters. Millennials are the majority of online only customers, but the most growth in the past year has come from boomer women who have money to spend on those seventy two dollar bras and big players like Hanes, and we'll have increased their advertising to compete with the startups. Those traditional brands know that when a company has latched onto a customer it wants to keep them close in Pittsburgh. I'm Eric embarrass for marketplace. The Spano note on the way out today in which artificial intelligence ruins season. Eight of game of thrones, which starts as we all know on Sunday or a I would ruin it. If we let it students at the technical university of Munich have come up with an algorithm that will predict which character has the best chance of being alive at the end of it all and thus in theory sitting on the iron throne. I'm not going to tell you who Google it. If you gotta know technical university of Munich game of thrones is what you wanna do their data did get the big event of season six, right? John snow coming back to life. But come on. We all knew he was gonna write. Are we gotta go down dust rose up to sixty nine today. One percent. Nasdaq up thirty six about four tenths percent S and P five hundred up nineteen points on this Friday, two thirds of one percent or theme music was composed by VJ Liederman. Marketplace's executive producer is Nancy forgot your executive editor is Evelyn the Rubia. Deborah Clark is the senior vice president and general manager, I'm KAI. 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"From audio device choice is here's how smart. They're getting ladies and gentlemen owners of a device designed to release food for pets say their animals were left Hungary during a week long week long system. Failure pet net allows owners to schedule and control feeding by a smartphone APP. One pet owner tweeted quote. My Cat Star for over a week others complained about other hardware issues. This is from the BBC. Pet Net has to twitter accounts. The official one is not tweeted since August of last year the support account issued for tweets between February fourteenth and twenty first about the problems experienced in its first tweeted set of system outage affecting devices asked customers not to switch off their fee. Feeder even appear to be on offline. Sorry it's an automatic feeds would still dispense four days later. Tweeted again to say it hoped to release more information soon. Very twenty first. It said SMART. Feeders were returning online and a system reset was in progress. Some customers tweeting to the sport account complained of not having received a response that that's unheard of. Us based firm pet net has received fourteen and a half million in funding to was founded in December. Two thousand twelve nearly sixty percent of the customer reviews left on the. Us Site Amazon have given the device rating either one or two stars this according to the BBC and make that clear earlier as we go towards a more automated home you have to acknowledge that somewhere along the line things will fall over. That's a quote from Stuart Miles. Founder of the tech site pocket lint. He's still still quoting him again. Robots and automated systems have hiccups along the way it's something we need to get used to unquote. Yes sir. We'll get in line right over here. Hello welcome to the show. Call Your name a On my hand was we alone view but then again and and no Santa Monica California. The home of the homeless. I'm Harry Shearer. Welcome to this edition of the show and now news of the Olympic movement produced by Jim ever sold the word lot of Olympic News. This Week Ladies and gentlemen in a survey of nearly five hundred elite athletes athletes spread across forty eight countries many of them gearing up for the Olympics this year and athletes rights group from fifty eight percent said they didn't consider themselves financially stable even greater majority said they did not receive quote the appropriate amount of financial compensation from the International Olympic Committee for the National Federations. That send them to the Games. Fifty seven percent answered. Yes when asked of the Iot should pay athletes to attend events. Then we can just pay the rest of us to watch. The absence of a summer Olympics would pose a unique challenge for many involved according to variety show business. Bible the media business particularly comcast which owns NBC's counting on hundreds of hours of coverage. Swimming archery and trampoline gymnastics poboy to lure millions of viewers to the screens in an era when many of them might prefer to stream the movie at times of their own choosing discovery network is trying to be building up a European media business to diversify its operations which are otherwise dependent on unscripted com content. Madison Avenue was banking on the Olympics. To help it gather together the kind of massive consumer audience that has proven tougher for TV do accumulate. When so many other ways of watching video exists one media buying executive familiar with advertisers? The goshi around the Olympics said marketers have not quote formerly unquote lodged large concerns yet but suggested big agencies. Were waiting to see if NBC might offer any new guidance regarding ad deals if there's a problem with the Olympics the says preparations Olympic Games Tokyo continuous plan due to commercial sensitivities the specific terms of each commercial agreement confidential. We can say we have long term multi games agreements with our commercial partners and work closely with them regarding any situation which impacts the operation of the Games like Corona virus concussion substitutes could be tried out at this summer's Olympic Games. According to the president of the Soccer Federation Safer Gianni Infantino. Football's handling of head injuries are said to be looked at by the Games. Lawmaking Body Infantino agrees in principle with the idea of concussion substitutes believes there should be a permanent solution like that if a concussion is diagnosed or suspected not just temporary he believes the Games in Tokyo would be an ideal testing ground. This is a subject that needs to be discussed more and trialed as well said. Football was making a fool of itself over. Its response to concussion in comparison with other contact sports but Infantino said it was important that the appropriate time was taken on such a serious matter as everything you need to take decisions. When you're comfortable about taking them we need to do it. Seriously professionally responsible people. We don't have to take decisions on based on just a feeling a trial. That's what the Olympics need because it's a movement and we whether it happens or not and we all need one whether it happens or not every day and now ladies and gentlemen. We've got the job the deepest crack so give the boys is the slash and say the oilfield wastewater you. You've had that problem having to it's often being used for drilling and fracking operations. Now in places like Texas Permian Basin this according to the Houston Chronicle is helping to preserve freshwater and to solve one of the fracking industries. Most persistent problems water. Millions of gallons of water are needed to bring into production a single well horizontal drilling and fracking. The amount of wastewater brought back up from a well during its lifetime can be several times as much to dozens of millions of gallons of water while companies are finding though that wastewater used instead of purchased freshwater or brackish groundwater used in the fracking operation not only preserves a natural resource but can improve production aimar oil for your water. Some companies say they get better results with reused water says a CEO of a company called source water. It's the same water from the formation. You're basically taking something out of the ground and putting it right back where it came from well when all else fails dry the obvious the permian basin holds trillions of gallons of hyper saline water underground with the oil and the natural gas as many as five to ten barrels of salt water. Come out of the ground for every barrel of crude at a pair of studies releases month scientists with the University of Texas Texas Texas at Austin and three other universities. Name's not mentioned because it's the Houston Chronicle studied how much wastewater eight major. Us Shale basins produced and then analyzed options for recycling and reusing that water those wells produced more than one hundred sixty billion gallons of wastewater in two thousand seventeen. Why that's enough to fill more than two hundred forty two thousand Olympic size swimming pools? Except we're not having. Oh yes. We are fracking operations in the lifetime of the Permian Basin will require listen to this two point eight five trillion gallons of water to produce stuff oil and and will produce an estimated ten point four trillion gallons of wastewater. How does that happen? Volume they yell. The wastewater contain hydrocarbons chemical salts and sometimes even radioactive contaminants so. It's too expensive to clean that water for agriculture or drinking purposes or even toilet I guess most oilfield wastewater ends up being injected deep underground at sites known as salt water disposal wells that sometimes produces earthquakes. Researchers have determined now that reusing the water for hydraulic fracking is the most cost effective and too stable option. For the end industry recycled water will almost entirely replace the use of groundwater soon within five years says one of the researchers. That's about the time it'll take for everybody to get used to the practice but even if that happens the industry will still need salt water disposal sites because of the sheer volume of wastewater produced in places like the Permian Basin. So you can reuse. All you want is still be more that just has to be shot back into the earth. What the FRAC. The Godliness Cam starts today pointed at Buffalo New York survivors of sexual abuse by priests in the diocese of Buffalo. Well they reacted with outrage and despair this week to news that on Monday interim Bishop Edward Sharpen Burger celebrated mass with multiple priests. The diocese admits are credibly accused of child sexual abuse. Talk about a celebration. Sharpen Burger invited priests of the diocese to mass and lunch at Saint Leo the Great in Amherst at the mass dozens of priests dressed in robes and concelebrated or shared the mass and Eucharist with the Reverend Fabian. Marianske he had been accused of abusing. Stephanie McIntyre decades go at a parish in Barker New York. He denied the allegations. But last year the dice has included both Marianske and the Mark Wolski on its official list of priests with substantial with substantiated allegations of child. Sexual Abuse Dialysis leaders previously said. The priests cases would go to the Vatican which makes the final decision on defrocking pedophile. Priests a priest. Who attended the Mass on Monday Monday says both men Marianne Skin Wolski were present. Wolski said the prayer before the catered lunch in two thousand eighteen had Wolski abuse abused him for nine hundred sixty eight and nineteen seventies when he was between fifteen and seventeen years old. Sharpen Burger in a written statement said the gathering was quote. A private mass. Not over to the public. Adding deeply regret that this decision to gather privately in prayer and penance opened the door to get another wound for those harmed also present at the mass was the Reverend Art Smith who's been accused of sexually abusing multiple children. He denies the claims as well as allegedly assaulting father reside beer. Not while beer not was a seminarian he said Smith approached him at the priests luncheon and began making bizarre comments quote. He asked if there could be mediation between me and him because he never wanted to hurt me. He just wanted to show me how much he loved me and how much he cared for me. Beer not wrote on facebook. Well that's where all of this belongs. Isn't it quote? He said he still loves me. And it has all misunderstanding. I said to him. There's no misunderstanding if you go into somebody's bed and climate of the sheet and grab their genitals and kiss their neck. There's no misunderstanding. There Unquote and case case. That lunch wasn't Tempting for you. The Legion of Christ religious order is promising accountability and transparency following damaging new revelations of sex abuse and cover up. Those allegations have undermined its credibility a decade after revelations of it's pedophile founder. Disgrace the order. Legion vowed to investigate the confirmed cases of past abuse by thirty three priests and seventy one seminarians. They're learning the Mexico. Based Order said it would reach out to the victims published. The names of those found guilty of abuse in either Church or State Court. Let's Keep Church and State Court separate and punish superiors responsible for quote Gross Negligence Unquote in the handling of abuse accusations. This is responding to a burgeoning new scandal involving the order. They Vatican took over the legion ten years ago after revelations its late founder. The Reverend Marcial Maciel raped his seminarians fathered at least three children and bit built a secretive cult like order to hide his double life folks. It's anew reason. Revelations have shown the legions abuse problem went far beyond. Maciel newly public cases going to the Associated Press expose generational change of abuse and high level cover up by superiors who are still in power cases in indicated Vatican envoy who is tasked with reforming and purifying. The order was part of the cover up. Can't really do a lot of purifying that way in a statement. The Legion officially retracted. The Years Long Campaign Mounted Do Defame and discredit the original group of men who went public in the nineteen nineties to accuse Mossy L. The Legion bagged their forgiveness and admitted it hadn't made reparations to the mall but the League statement included no specific promises to compensate the original victims or any other abuse survivors saying only. It's prepared to pay for necessary. Therapy as a result former legionnaires and victims dismissed the measures as mere damage control. The Legion did make reparation pledges in the past didn't follow through on them. The are also vowed to change course but Mossy. Old Guard remains in power raising. The question can an old guard learn new tricks? Those are the godly jumping I am not such a clever one up clout I admit I was never one dog ward by local. Not then I ever tried to be A. I'm the time that they class as a I'm old fashioned. I Love I love you. Oh you this to pay the star is a adds me. Hey Ma minded that be ABC News Flash me with me Yeah Oh with me And now ladies and Gentlemen News of OUR FRIEND THE ATOM. Sweep two gene to me say to say to me to meter. I didn't even know her deadline Tokyo. The world's nuclear watchdog gave its backing this week to Japanese plans to release contaminated water from the Phuc plant into the ocean. What could be wrong with that? Japan has around a million tonnes of contaminated water stored in tanks at the site of Phuc. Plant YOU REMEMBER. Those reactors went into meltdown. Twenty eleven a government panel last month recommended. The water be released into the ocean or vaporized do that. Oh we know this thing but no final decision has been taken with all solutions deeply unpopular with sections of the Japanese public according to courthouse news. I E A director Rafael Grossi told journalists in Tokyo. The panel's recommendations appeared suitable. Of course the decision what to do. And when is a matter for the Japanese government he says our final analysis is not completed? But I can tell you already. We find the panel report based on a sound methodology and a systematic approach. He described the two options proposed as in line with well established practices. All around the world releasing into the ocean is done elsewhere. It's not something new. There's no scandal here. He said but what is important is to do it in a way that is not harmful and you need somebody to monitor before during and after released to check that everything is okay unquote radio. Radioactive water comes from several different sources including water used for cooling at the plant and groundwater and rain that seeps into the plant daily in his put through an extensive filtration process that is extensive but not complete. Most of the radioactive isotopes have been removed by the filtration system but tritium which has a long half life sticks around longer than Elvis remains. Issue is controversial with some Japan's neighbors raising questions. About the safety of releasing the water locals including fishermen are concerned about the reputational risks of any release grossly said a very comprehensive communication strategy would be key to the process. I E. PR will win the battle for us. Companies responsible for cleaning up. The Dick Commissioned Plutonium plant at Hanford in Washington state. Well they failed to conduct. Comprehensive Safety checks at facilities containing nuclear waste is all after twenty seventeen tunnel collapse. Put surrounding communities on lockdown. That's the report from government auditors. This week the report about the Hanford nuclear waste site raises new concerns as if we needed new ones about environmental and safety risks posed by one of the US's worst toxic waste sites according to the Washington Post. The Government Accountability Office found that the Energy Department waved a root cause analysis of the tunnel collapse. Because it was asked to do so by the contractor Hanley inspections a subsidiary of Dallas based based Jack Jacobs Engineering. The Department did conduct a separate review to determine weaknesses in risks related to contaminated facilities but that evaluation quote was based largely on old data and did not include any physical or non physical inspection to fly for cities for cleanup according to inspector all. Sorry the Government Accountability Office. They're kind of like Congress's inspector general if say parts of the site of not been entered or inspected more than fifty years the. Gao reported suggesting there could be additional safety. Risks of which the entered Energy Department is not aware the inspections that were carried out found structural problems. Severe enough that quote they could lead to the potential release of hazardous or nuclear materials unquote at five of eighteen facilities there. The director of the COUN- ability offices natural resources and environmental team said the Energy Department needs a better approach to handling safety inspections at Hanford like an approach. That would be a better approach. An approach day lend Cortlandt New York. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission failed to properly analyze the safety impact of the expansion of the Algonquin Sorry Natural Gas Pipeline near the Indian Point Energy Center as part of the process for the pipelines approval by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. That's the report from its own Inspector General Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Inspector General in Twenty fifteen. Nrc said they analyze the impact of a pipeline rupture including the Jet Flame Cloud Fire Vapor cloud explosion and unconfined explosion. That would result. They concluded that the Indian Point Energy Center could be safely shutdown if a pipeline accident occurred and the Energy Regulatory Commission relied on that conclusion. It's finding the larger pipeline but not increase safety problems at the plant. An engineer with the pipelines opponents petitioned the Nuclear Regulatory Commission saying the company and the agency made false statements in the report to new scientifically flawed analysis to reach their conclusions. It turned out he was right. And that's according to the NRC Inspector General's office in a report issued a couple of weeks ago reports said the NRC's inspection report inaccuracies suggesting additional analysis has been conducted when this was not the case in our seas. Underlying independent analysis was conducted using a computer program. That Noah said it was not designed for Noah developed the program the anarchy reported its results based on flawed data into the model and tweaked outcomes. Could tweak outcomes you own the deal listen. Here's the deal. Come on man leghair. But in case that's not enough lying for you to contract workers at the V C Summer Atomic Power Plant in South Carolina falsified records last year to show that they were making fire safety checks even though they hadn't done so that's according to the Federal Nuclear Oversight Agency in a letter last month to the plant owner Dominion Energy. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission said the utility violated federal rules by failing to ensure fire. Safety checks were done as required dominion than respond to journalists questions about whether the to contract employees still work at the power plant but if federal officials said they didn't get the job done they provided inaccurate information said and our C. spokesperson an inspection report accompanying the agency's letter says federal inspectors. Found problems with records us to document that workers had made fire safety checks inside a building. Workers were supposed to conduct regular fire. Watch checks every twenty minutes while fire suppression systems. Were shut down for repairs. But they didn't do that but it's all good because it's clean cheap safe too safe to meter our. It's our friend the atom. He's not going to hurt us and now speaking of how safe we are news of the warm saw can listen to the well. Aunt Artika is melting this week because of the Reisen Earth's temperature and if temperatures rise by two degrees Celsius the regions of the world that are suitable for growing wine. Grapes could shrink by as much as fifty six percent. According to a new study with four degrees of warming eighty five percent of wine-growing lands would no longer be able to produce good wines. But you know that bad wine isn't so bad. Fortunately for wine lovers. The new study outlines and adapt tation strategy findings indicate reshuffling where certain grape varieties grown could have the potential losses of wine-growing regions. That are two degrees of warming and reduce losses by a third if warming reaches forty degrees studies published in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. At least they're proceeding. Scientists have long suspected at crop. Diversity is key to making agriculture more resilient to climate change wine. Grapes offer a unique opportunity to test this assumption. That both extremely diverse more than eleven hundred different varieties planted today growing under a wide range of conditions and well documented harvest data stretches back centuries. Wine Grapes are also extremely sensitive to the changes in temperature. Season that come with climate change in some ways. Wine is like the Canary in the coalmine for Climate Change Impacts on agriculture. Because these grapes are so sensitive said Co author of the research. They investigated whether utilizing this wide diversity of wine grapes could help build resiliency in that what we all want. Their findings may help other areas of agriculture adapt to a warming world. The researchers focused on eleven varieties of wine grapes based on their diversity in development. Timing that is a key trait for climate adaptation. So everything else. Maybe going pear-shaped but we may still have wine. And now I WANNA say just one just listening just sort of you microelectronics think about what you think. I guess we will micro. Plastic pollution in the world's oceans is a growing problem most studies of the issue of focused on the land based sources such as discarded plastic bags or water bottles now researchers reporting in the American Chemical Society's environmental science and technology linked micro-plastics and China's Babe Ooh Gulf with heavy fishing activities. Surprisingly many of the particles were hidden in deep sediments on the ocean floor which could have led scientists to underestimate the extent of the contamination fishing gear such as nets. Ropes and pot is a is a potential sea-based source of Mike Plastic. The tiny particles could be worn away from fishing gear during use or they might arise when the irs lost or discarded in the Ocean Union. Who'll Wang and colleagues wanted to measure micro-plastics surface sediment samples from different sites Bay Boo Gulf a traditional fishing ground of China and the Chinese Indio Peninsula that lacks substantial industrialization organisation. They also wanted to look for this type of contamination in deep sediments up to two feet below the surface which have not been. Well studied the respect to the micro-plastics thing. They collected sediment samples almost almost sixty of them from Gulf Bay and adjacent rivers a couple of years ago. Micro-plastics were separated from sediment samples encountered under a microscope. Most of the particles will make a polypropylene or polyethylene materials widely used in fishing nets and rope. The team found a strong correlation between the intensity of fishing activities and the abundance of these fibers unexpectedly micro-plastics were detected even one foot below the surface which corresponds to about the year. Two thousand thirteen. Sorry nineteen thirteen before the observed. Plastics were invented. The particles could have been transported a deep sediment layers by marine worms because most previous studies considered only micro-plastics in surface sediment this type of pollution in ocean sediments worldwide could be greatly underestimated according to the researchers one word ladies and gentlemen micro-plastics now with the world's focus on the corona virus and it's spread among many of the countries in the so-called civilized world. We or that is to say you may have missed the news that a Saturday represented the end of an eight day period of ceasefire between the United States and the Taliban an agreement worked out last week by the longtime U S diplomat in charge of making something making some sense out of the Afghan thing. Zahle Make Holid- highly-desired and that meant that. Yesterday Saturday the United States and the Taliban signed agreement. This is a follow on on eight days of ceasefire and agreement that would lead potentially to a withdrawal of United States troops from Afghanistan and the turning over of the government to some kind of combination between the Taliban and the existing Afghanistan political structure led by the newly elected. This election took a for six months to get actual figures on the results. The newly elected president. Who's the old president? Ashraf Ghani again linked to for electoral purposes. His chief rival Abdullah Abdullah again his vice president so there is a new Afghanistan just as the United States has concluded this agreement with the Taliban a series of negotiations from which the Afghan government headed by the newly re-elected F. Ashraf Ghani that government has been excluded. They were never allowed in the talks because Taliban refused to talk to them saying they were puppets of the US. They'd rather just talk to the puppeteer so there may well be. The president of the President of the United States has already hailed it as the end of an endless war announcing that we are starting our withdrawal of American troops like now it of course has long been the policy of the United States government in public proclamations to endure ever talking on. Kgo sheeting with terrorists but here we are signing a deal with the Taliban. That's how it looks from here. Let's look at it from over there from Afghanistan public radio. Arto bags are now. Guaranteed to have no major holes from the abandoned. American television right in downtown Kabul out of the nightlife is like the day life only darker die. Muhammad we are slick and slack the here to stay but others will come to another edition of talking. Today's program comes to you with the assistance of the Library Foundation. Help US found library my younger but this is indeed a historic day in the life of beloved home on the electricity and my Toyota dealerships stayed on throughout an entire transaction. But yes my brother. I'm sure you're referring to the signing of a final peace deal for Anniston indeed and hoping that it's more final than the final results are less elections out of the. Yes they are. And our congratulations to president honey for again being president grind but the slow counting of election results is the only category of anything where our country is ahead of. Iowa? Hello Your Ron Karzai. Talk Hello Dishes Ashraf Ghani second time president first time caller Currently I know I speak for my brother when I say hello you. I wouldn't go that far. I know there's been some less than unstrained. The relations between myself and without new election finally decided. I think it's worthwhile to spend the few months remaining in my tattered reaching out to every one to rebuild their sense of national unity as we embark down Dave Iraqi. Pets of sounds impressive. This thing. He's not reading. He really talks like that. I assume that you've also been reaching out to some of the bloody minded warlords you've brought into your government dishes a moment in time when we stop looking at the past and focus on the future and I am reading that the Americans are routed for me day. Can we assume Mr that as the detailed peace negotiations? Now Start up that you will actually be invited to those Mahmoud. Our caller would prefer to shelter in place or as we call it now. Self Quarantine did have a question by the way on. The subject was away. That's the format talking not me. You're in negotiations and the Americans in their room. The open up taking a strong line or do you try to allow them with cooperation. And then stand up for your country just before it's time for the signatures. I'm impressed really thinks you know. Taliban friends have a simple strategy. Get back into power and start making some real active. Americans. It's more complex. Some of them were really wanted to help a poor. Asian nation wracked by the war. But those were the genitals. If you're asking me and I think that they would prove that you were. I say you can either see yourself as the odd man out between two warring sides trying to untangle or you can see yourself as the essential middleman making the slapdash agreement. Work out or like my brother. You can see yourself as the brand ambassador for green. Thanks with a gone. It's amazing to me still bad blood between two. It's amazing to me. There's any blood at all. Why did we live? That wasn't funny again. That's the format talk. Hello you're on cars. I don't cry guys. I'm Jim Taliban. First Time Call Center teeth customer experience officer and first time caller couple of I there Taliban that save you unusual surname for an American. I'm not an American. I'm from Helmand province. I took that surname to honor the brothers who've been trainee me these last couple of years and your first name is Jim. That's does to relate better to the American college we handle at the call center. No mom plain old Salman hacky using the Taliban trained you to work at a call center and are you saying that actually is a call center in this country. That would be such a step up your questions in order guys. A Momma's you are physically unable to be an actual fighter. They train you for future role in the new Afghanistan. having The Senate doesn't open for business until the peace deal goes into effect otherwise the insurance would be killing us and I think we all feel like there's been enough killing so I'd hugh looking forward to life in a peaceful Afghanistan. I'll tell you what I'm really looking forward to start. A baseball season. Got To fill in about the dodger to this year they are. You will to talk to Americans that right after a while you almost get used to. It almost like pieces. That was almost too deep to laugh at. It was almost too deep to say thanks. We had hoped today from the Afghan Bader Association. Don't hate us. We just owned bars services for Carside. Talk from the law firm of Ketchum Nukem. I'm Mahmoud and I am comed- join us next time and hear how different P. sounds on cars. I talk this is ABC Afghanistan public radio. 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Unconventional Oil and Gas Training on Permian Perspective  PP046

Permian Perspective Podcast

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Unconventional Oil and Gas Training on Permian Perspective PP046

"The Permian Basin is an abundant oil and gas producing area already one of the world's leading oil producing regions the area in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year. Twenty twenty three but who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse and what is their story. This is permian perspective. I'm your host Krista. As skinny today show is sponsored by Baker Hughes who recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes brand as an energy technology company they strive to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for people on the planet over one. Welcome to this week's episode of Permian Perspective as always a pleasure to spend this time with all of you. I am sitting here today. In Midland Texas visas and caster with Aaron Burton the owner of unconventional oil and gas training. Aaron thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you KRISTA. I'm looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to it to Aaron is in Houston today usually travels all over but as most of us are right now. We're dealing with some different times. And he is working from home today so thanks so much for being with us and before we get started. I want to thank everyone who is shared our podcast with friends and family and colleagues. We have listeners from all over the world and of course right here in the Permian Basin and I wanNA give special. Thank you shout out to Jerry for leaving this five star review. Jerry said quote look forward to the Permian perspective each week because I learn something new every episode I've lived and worked in West Texas for ten years now and enjoy hearing about my colleagues journey to the Permian. Keep up the good work and you make it a great day whole thank you so much jerry. Thanks for thrown my tagline back. Make it a great J. Jerry and just want to thank everyone so much for leaving a review or stopping by sending an email. And if you do so I will read it in a future broadcast like Jerry. So thank you all right. Aaron thanks again for joining us. First of all I just WanNa say how are you doing? You know. We're all dealing with something new idea. How are you doing overall doing pretty well? All things considered a traveled around the world enough and out of our truck working on rigs enough to know that being stuck at an. Your own comfortable is not necessarily a bad thing so so just adjusting to this new normal. You know exactly just Hashtag doing our best right. That's right that's right so Erin. How did you get started in the oil and gas industry? Well the it's a little bit of a long story but the yet so I. I went to school for Engineering degree as I was trying to figure out what I WANNA do that way. What career fair and saw the mechanical engineers were the most commonly hired out of Mississippi State? Where I went so I decided to go mechanical and graduated mechanical and Luckily I had a good buddy that his family was oil and gas their whole life and he did internship with Summer J. He accepted a job with CONACO and he was like many. You gotta get into oil and gas business and I was like well. I don't know and finally he convinced me and it was kind of like one of the things like well give it a shot and see so graduated mechanical when gas industry not knowing anything about oil and gas kind of had the ambition of spindle top thought the whole in the ground. Then you just have to catch the oil and it's just a little bit more complicated than that right. What did you learn that first year that you have never forgotten a lot of different things you know the first year? I started as a field engineer trainee for Baker Hughes and so I got to you know. Put the hands on the tool. Starting warehouse learn how to build tools. Learn how to run on the field so that really and truly was the fundamental for my knowledge. They're getting out because it you know it's one thing to see or to talk about the tools and talk about what they're doing in the film another them built and then ran on the field and how they work in the the challenges that you can have out in the field so that I think that's really probably what stuck with me. That first year is is how the bigger picture works when you're talking completion tools and putting them in the well bores and so you spent that first year you said it Ed Baker. Right off the bat. That's correct. Yep Awesome now. How long were you with Baker Hughes so I was with Baker almost eight years I was like seven and a half so and then from there. You made a transition. Let's talk a little bit about that transitioning into what you're doing now. I did. Yeah so quite a bit of a transition so with Baker I had a fantastic career bounce all over the world. The kind of funny how. I got involved with unconventional in what everybody does in the Permian out there because I technically started in Lafayette Louisiana doing off-shore well December seven rolls around. And you know Gulf Mexico's to healthy. This was pre Macondo. And that's just what. The Gulf of Mexico work is budgets. Were spent in two four go into the holidays but being young ambitious than didn't register with me so. I'm sleeping the shop floor five times a day pestering my boss and the coordinators come and give me something to do and so finally my boss said you know what come to Houston. Start BUILDING FRAC lease and so next thing. I knew one of five maybe ten people in Baker that knew how to build them so I started teaching people how to build them. And that was kind of my intro and unconventional so bass all over the world. At least to my knowledge I was the first one to run multi completion and these unconventional formations. Outside of North America. Erin Two completions in China in two thousand eight and bounce around the permian the Marcellus the Bachan just all over the place and then did a variety of different roles in engineering and product line and Business Development and then I unfortunately did get caught up in layoffs in two thousand fifteen. So as I'm doing the layoff thing trying to figure out my move at it hits me one day that I can do whatever I want and I always wanted to have known business so decided to Fi- you know thought about it. Do I have a business plan in place and something I can do and create a business and I was like you know what I think I can and the whole inspiration actually came from an incident or a situation Baker where I was supposed to teach an industry class and somebody at Midland wanted to take it was in Houston so they went to their balls got permission and then they told their colleagues and then all of a sudden five of them wanted to take it and so they went to the boss and they said well we can't send all of you to Houston and they reached out directly and said how about you just come to us and all of a sudden they got fifty people in the class and Midland and I was like you know what I think. There's a business there. I will go to them and teach in house by. I love that and I think that's such a great story to tell right now. It is no so many people are going through a transition with everything that is happening due to covet and the oil industry that maybe this is a time to look and see. How can I use these skills that I already know? And how can I change? You know what I've been doing and serve other people and serve war people and that's exactly what you did absolutely honestly I mean that's that's what helped me find purpose journey times and and find purpose quickly just kind of keep moving forward and staying positive because you and I talked a little bit beforehand but for two years or so. I've been talking about taking my courses and going online with them and I finally started putting in the work September. Maybe October of last year. And right as I'm getting ready to roll out of course cove it happens. So I- hustled up about a week after Houston went on lockdown. I on my course launched and released it and then in April. I was supposed to go and speak at several universities. Penn State Marietta College University of Texas Permian Basin. Where you are meany. Yeah and of course. Those trips got cancelled and one university specifically Penn State. This a really cool program they have set up through their SPA. Chapter where they get outside and shutters myself and the students actually get elective credit for it so this wasn't just a casual event for the students. I mean some of these students were looking to or my course to graduate so I was able to get the video on demand course out. They were take it. We were able to jump on Webinars for think. We did three Saturdays for about an hour and a half each and they were able to graduate and get their elective credits. It's fantastic and says that's the thing is the students are. They can't their guest speakers so I've set up University of Houston. Ut Pb Texas M. Marietta College and working on several other universities in the US and international as well to to give the students free access to my my full day course. I love that I love that. You just pivoted once again. You took you know what was happening in the world and were able to to change it and use technology and still be able to share that knowledge that you have with universities and wit and with companies that's fantastic. What have been some of the topics that you've been sharing online. Now that you have pivoted to that online role know this is really my full day. Course that I teach undermined brand and under other industry organizations as well and it's all about it's an overview of unconventional completion. So multi-stage completions for I dry. Like fracturing the kind of the general outline in my course is the the basics of hydraulic fracturing and then what the completion systems are plugging per ball drop sleeves cool tubing sleeves and then how all three of those compare so. I've really been focused on that. But like you said right. You have to pivot in these times. So I've started kind of doing new presentations and actually writing articles. I writing is definitely not my preferred medium of communicating but to a certain extent. I think I actually the first article I wrote in quite a while. Anyway was my thoughts on getting laid off and how to handle it and it really just kind of started. The project of it was almost journaling. Honestly Kinda came up and came through. I was like man I. I think this might actually help people so so I went ahead and published it in actually gotten great response and then my articles have not really been the technical. It's more like hey. Don't forget ohlinger assets here today. Us Shale is here to stay. And you don't necessarily believe everything that analysts it's a. It's a good point now. What a what about to go back to what you just said about helping people that are going through something like this. What advice since you went through this in Twenty fifteen? This might be something that is new to those that are here in the permanent twenty twenty. We've had so many layoffs here as I'm sure you've you've known or heard about and what advice would you offer to someone that is going through this difficult time yet? It's you know it stains. There's no doubt about that. It hurts you personally and you know I have been developed the mindset over the years in two thousand nine. We had to lay off when I was in West Virginia. And the strange thing about that was that was natural. Gas and natural gas was booming in two thousand nine we were. We were breaking records and we still had to lay off. Which you know didn't make any sense except from an accounting perspective. So I kind of that instance and I was like you know what I want to be mentally and financially prepared for this because we are a cyclical industry. So at that being said as much as I thought I was prepared. It certainly stings. But you know overall you know my article. I really kind of highlighted five. Different things and first and foremost is an especially in this downtime or this downturn here because I mean it's tough but the reality is is nobody's drilling and fracking. I mean it's it's just depleted overnight. So we'll take it personally. You know if they're not drilling. And fracturing there's no work out there right now right so so it is purely accounting decision. Nothing more and nothing less. Nobody's out to get you your Boston and hate you by all means do a self evaluation and if there were performance issues and be honest with yourself and and improve next time but in all likelihood this was just an accounting decision and you shouldn't take it personally right that is so true and that is very important to remember anytime when something like this happens and then the next thing is to keep going move forward right. I know that that's important to you. Is Moving forward? How do they do that? What's the next step? So as I on my path because I decided to have my own business and focus around training you know. I was taking a developing my courses. I've been teaching. Sp courses for while teaching courses under Baker's brand so I was taking it and developing my own content and my own material and it was kind of interesting and this was two or three months later I had. I had put all the personal things aside. I didn't have resentment and but what I realized what really killed out any anything else. Any other type of resentment I might have had over. It is as I was creating my course. I realized that I was in the financial position. The knowledge position the everything that I had was because of my former employer and because of my former colleagues like you know like I said I I knew nothing about oil and gas graduating. All of that came from my former colleagues employer. So you know once I kind of realized that instead of that gratitude mindset of being thankful for that opportunity just it just really really enforced everything you know to not take it personal and dropped any residual resentment. That might have been left behind right. That is so true and then how about the finding purpose because I think that's what a lot of people struggle with you and I talked earlier that we WANNA help. We are this oil and gas community wants to help everybody and we have to stay home right now. So how do you find that purpose during these times? Yeah that's probably the biggest struggle right now because this isn't Hurricane Harvey when it hits used on the I knew the oil and gas industry is just such a fantastic were industry. Where a family? I knew people that came in from Oklahoma City. Come in from Midland to help and this is just not that situation. You know we've been asked to stay at home and do nothing. And that's the best thing we can do. And that just doesn't sit well with most of right so my first suggestion. Is You know first off enjoy downtime. We're hard-working industry overworked in a lot of cases and we don't get this opportunity. Might so do whatever you can to try to enjoy the downtime with your family with your virtually with your friends or you know from a safe distance but the other thing is you know at least what helped find me a little bit of peace there. Is You know. Be Proud of what? Our industry does on day in and day out basis in the form of providing affordable and reliable energy. Because you know. Can you possibly imagine fighting the fires without oil and gas? I mean we're we're keeping our trucks supplied and keeping them on the road where providing medical frontlines the ability to get back and forth to the hospital plus P through the plastics. You know the masses for the most part are comfortable and their home because they have electricity and Internet so be proud of what we are actually contributing to this fight as well. That's so true and you know just hear you say that really did put it into perspective and I think we are as as a community. We are so proud of what we do in oil and gas and we can't forget that during this downtime absolutely let let's talk a little bit about training because I know that as a huge part of your business you'd let us know how you're now transitioning that training and you're going more online and and we'll talk more about that later people can find you but first why is it important for companies and universities because you mentioned that a lot of universities are having you come in and speak virtually now how why is that so important to. I like to call eight. You Know Abo always be learning. Why is that so important for companies? Yeah absolutely I mean. And that's you know that really goes into the purpose right finding your purpose what we can do. And that's to keep learning and to share your knowledge. I think both of those are critical in from multiple reasons. First and foremost you know what's the saying wandering minds. Forget anyway there's several sayings about wandering minds right so if you can help. People continue learning by sharing your knowledge. Keep moving forward instead of focusing on you know refreshing what the the oil and gas prices are every thirty seconds or or what. The numbers of the virus are every thirty seconds. Keep them you know. Help them get purpose by sharing your knowledge with them right and that is so true and since you brought up or prices. Let's just mentioned that where they're at today. The day of recording there at fifteen twenty seven. How do you not get bogged down by those numbers when you see or you see a Dave where we have negative thirty seven? How do you not let that affect you? At least the way I see it. It's it's a lot of speculation right and and if you look back at that particular day and even the what was it march seventh. I thank with OPEC. Plus still there's investigations going on right now into some insider knowledge and stuff like that so keep in mind that the oil prices are based on speculation rightfully so obviously with the negative prices. The concern is storage but the way I see it too important to the world. We can't survive without oil and gas. The ultimate problem right now is demand. Which will naturally come back once we beat this virus so in all of the major players to me although pet countries all of the OPEC plus countries which includes Russia and then even the United States government have really kind of at least in. My opinion signaled that there were. They're willing to work on the supply to balance out the market so we have to beat the virus. First then we get the demand back and then we do it that way but you know unless we want to go live back in caves again. All and gas isn't going away. I'm not necessarily anti renewable. I'm pro whatever. The affordable reliable energy is and currently oil and gas is the affordable reliable energy right. And where do you see activity going in the next twelve months? I know that's hard to predict right now. Due to demand and cove it you know what are what are industry insiders saying about that right now well so most of the industry insiders are mostly doom and gloom right now so it's an rightfully so. I'm just a little bit more optimistic than that. Aaron. Let's some optimism. You know it's the reality is. Is THAT LOW? Prices is not good for anyone at least at this price and so. Opec plus doesn't want that as well. You know we will just have to kind of see what happens with the man that that's the one unknown here. How quickly demand will come back. Even when we open up our people going to be scared to fly and drive and everything else so if I had to speculate I think once everything opens up then. I don't think people are going to be scared to drive. There might be a lot driving to the beach rather than flying to the beach vacations. I might be wrong about this but you know I think life has to go on and will make appropriate changes but overall. I think we'll mostly go back to normal right. Just GonNa take some time. I wish you had a magic ball and had had a number going to go back to normal but It's just going to be our new normal for a while. I'm really enjoying this conversation for those of you. Who are listening. I just want to let you know once again. We're sitting here with Erin Burton. He's the owner of unconventional oil and gas training and Aaron. We've talked a lot about oil and gas and and what you do now. I want to get a little personal and ask you some questions because I was like to know what our guests are listening and reading and what kind of helped them in their daily life. So you have a favorite book that you're reading or listening to right now or podcast. Yes a couple of those so the book that I read most recently that I just I really enjoyed it. I have two pages in it. That I have flagged that I've Read Multiple Times to book called the marketing by Seth. Godin and type up right now. This is Mark Ming. Seth Seth Godin yet. This is marketing by Seth. Godin and actually hold on just to set all right. Sorry I stepped away to actually get the book because I was looking at my desk. That's great I love that and you know some people might hear the title and think well. I'm not marketing. I'M NOT GONNA. Open my own business so therefore I should. This is not relevant to me. I disagree there. I think this task because the marketing it's referring to is more about building your brand than anything else. Perfect OUR ACCOUNT. Wait to read it. Thank you and what about podcast? You big podcast listener. Yes yes and no so I. I like to listen to podcast while driving and obviously haven't been driving. So I have two podcasts. While I'm walking so I have to be in the right mood though because I do like music but you know it really just depends on what you're looking for so if I'm kind of in the mood for oil and gas I listen to yours. I The roundtable discussion. You had recently thank you that that was. That was fun. I really enjoyed that. A lot of great perspectives. Which was wonderful. Yeah absolutely and then some of the other all the O. G. G. Network is is just fantastic. I mean you've got topics remember things from startups to you know. Just what's going on so you know I'll find a podcast like they're another one. I've found To others that are found really recently was flipping the barrel and that's been a fantastic one and then also take the day and David Ramsden would share some good perspectives and don't always agree with anybody's opinion to one hundred percent but I also like to hear all sides of the stories too great fantastic. Thanks for sharing those. I'M GONNA have to listen to them and I can't wait to read that book. This is marketing and others that you know if I'm not really in the mood for oil and gas and just Kinda need some inspirational. I'm a big fan of Tony Robbins. Podcast and the one he did. Recently with Sara Blakely which is founder of spanks. I love her. Isn't she awesome. Well and she is and I've I've heard her story so many times but with that. Podcast with Tony. They went more into her story that I didn't know about. I thought I new most of the story you know. It was fantastic so highly. Recommend that one for just like anybody. That's you know wanting to build your brand or even considering starting business at thought. The whole story was just phenomenal. And he's got other great episodes as well and then a big fan of Tim. Ferriss show. Is well crate all great one. Thank you so much for sharing this. What about a quote? Dipa favorite quote. You live by who? I have several favorite clothes that I live by. I think maybe my overall quote is the best of your. Today's be the worst of your tomorrow's NYSC. My favorite quote probably right now relative to all of this is I paraphrase it a little bit out of actually got in front of me right now. It's about statistics an arm Ronald Coast which wanted Nobel Prize for economics in Nineteen ninety-one and it's if you torture the data long enough it will confess. I like to kind of paraphrase add into if torture the numbers long enough. They'll tell you whatever you wanna hear and unfortunately our trusted new sources have figured this out and so they can manipulate data and make the numbers say whatever. Their narrative is that they want to push that day. So so I you know. I think that and I have to remember during these times where we're hearing so much information that conflicts with each other you know. Just don't forget to think objectively. Thank ed very good. You've been through many ups and downs with the oil and gas industry. What is your most important lesson? Learned at this point I think probably my most important. Yeah I guess I probably would get caught this because I've actually been sharing this with a lot of university. Students right now is to keep in mind that this is a cyclical industry and always try to be you know and I kinda references earlier but always try to mentally and financially prepared that you know to ride out the downturns and I guess counted to go along with that since I've had my own business. It's so interesting to see that you know. We're we're taught one way that oh you need to go to college and go out and work for company and make money and obviously I had that mindset as well and since I've been on my own I mean there's no shortage of ways to find a way to make money so you know. Beat BE FLEXIBLE. Be Willing to pivot and adjust to the Times. Yes so important. So self-important don't go out and buy that corvette right now right you just you do an and you have to. You have to save up for. There's going to be good days. There's going to be bad days and we will have good days again absolutely but I like what you said to be prepared because you see that a lot that you know for maybe first time boomer sooner here in West Texas that made me think it's GonNa last forever. And nobody knows that. There's always GonNa be always GONNA be down but be prepared. I love that the boy scout right looking forward to the most right now Erin Getting BACK OUT IN PUBLIC. I think he yes. No you and I were talking ahead of time. I don't have kids and I work from home anyway so it wasn't an extreme disruption to my schedule but Man I am certainly missing my lunches and happy hours and industry events and everything out so so really looking forward to getting back to doing all that so with that said this Friday. I know that the state of Texas is going to see some of those regulations. And you'll be able to go to a restaurant so does that mean you're you're GonNa go back to your favorite restaurant in Houston not at. The moment tore the reason that they're only partially opening their least as I understand it. They're they're allowed to have twenty five percent capacity. I know a lot of people are going to be like me and Ansi to get out there and I just. I refuse to wait in line to eat for two hours in London. Midland in the middle of the boom. And that's the only choice I have point could yes. I'm glad you brought it. What is your favorite thing about the Permian? Oh man it's always interesting. I always have this conversation. I love the small towns. The mid balking at Williston North Dakota in the Bach in Bakersfield California Oklahoma City is not necessarily a small town per se. But you know it's the people and and kind of the culture you know. It's I grew up in a small town Mississippi. So for the most part it. Kinda just feels like being at home so yeah I always always enjoy visiting all of the small towns just networking and getting around. You know right absolutely so I've been asking a lot of people recently to tell me something. Good tell me something good right now Erin on just anything in just in life it can be in general just love to share good news. I know I know you. You have an optimistic outlook about everything going on but it can be anything you just tell me something good. That's happening right now. You know this may be a little bit general and beg and if so while I'll try to answer it again but honestly I the way I see. It is so much good out there going on right now in the form of people helping people you know all and gas industry. A lot of high tech facilities went to making P P for the frontlines neighbors helping out. Neighbors communities are stronger than ever individuals that can so for medical frontlines as well as just the average person that's going to need to wear it for at least temporary and unfortunately in today's world. I don't know how this happens. But it gets lost in social media in the news like we don't focus on anything good seem so. I think that's really what it is if you look with your own eyes don't stay glued to the TV. I think you'll look around. See all sorts of good coming out right now and so you know when these types of crisis in tragedies hit it's terrible by all means but at the same time like that's when humanity comes out and I find that refreshing. I suppose I could not agree more. And that's why sometimes during the day. I just have to turn. I turn off the TV all day long really and listen to music. Because you've got to you really do to focus on the good and on what you know on the future and on what's and get stay focused on the now and sometimes when you're listening to too much negativity did can really weigh on you and so. I think that's really important during these times. Focus on the good. So thank you for sharing that Erin. Finally I just want to give everybody chance to find you on Social Media. And what is the best way to do that? And how can someone if a university or a company would like to hire you? Virtually how can they do? So yes so. I'm a private guy. So this kind of creeps me out a little bit but after people have to find me right. I understand I understand. Yeah Yeah it'd be you're out there on the podcast and everything but you have to do it right. That's right. Got Enough to share is linked and facebook pages right so I am relatively easy to find. Probably the easiest way to kind of get a quick summary of everything. I'm doing is my website. You Oh gee dot training confine my paid video corsair my free video course there my free video blog and there's direct link to my primary website as well so that. Kinda gives you the the elevator speech of what I do at that website. And that's Once again you oh gee dot training and how stick and I just want to. Finally this is the final final. I think I've already said final but this is the final final question. Is there anything coming into the interview? That maybe we didn't get to talk about that. You WanNa share with our listeners. I guess just to Kinda reiterate stay networking. This is very different here but it you know it's funny you said this is the final final again. Because that's what I'm finding as is not even outside of this podcast when I'm doing these virtual networking sessions and things like that. I mean they're scheduled for five and ten minutes and we're sitting on there for an hour right so it's not an audible network right now. It is more difficult. That's for sure. But get out there and network have these types of conversations with your your colleagues in the industry and even if you haven't met him you know connect on linked and connect on social media and then we'd open person afterwards. Barry trail very true. Thank you so much Erin Burton with unconventional oil and gas training. I appreciate you sharing your perspective about oil and gas and just everything that is happening right now. And we really. We are all in this together and so I'd love to hear what other people are doing to manage these times. And I think you're doing great so thank you for sharing with us today or me Krista. All right it's now time to announce this week's community. Mvp and the MVP is James Durbin or as many of you here in West Texas. Know Him as the oilfield photographer. Now James started his own company. The oilfield photographer about two years ago but recently he started a new project called Front Porch Permian. And it's designed to provide family portraits for those who've been stuck at home like most of us have been over the last few weeks due to layoffs corona virus or combination of the two. Now the photo shoots are free and the finalized portrait picture. That families will receive also free. He he even partnered with nonprofits to raise money for their programs. So fantastic job. James were so proud of you. What a great. We have seen many of the photos on facebook and it is fun to see these Front Porch Permian pictures. So if you'd like more information you can e mail James that James at the oilfield photographer. Dot Com another special. Thank you to our guests today. We really appreciate Aron Burton with unconventional oil and gas training for sharing his knowledge. And of course we always love to thank Baker Hughes Sponsoring Permian Perspective as many of you know. Baker recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes brand and as an energy technology company. 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Brexit, U.S-China Trade, AutoNation CEO

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

31:24 min | 1 year ago

Brexit, U.S-China Trade, AutoNation CEO

"This podcast is brought to you by columbia. Threadneedle investments income matters always has always will so when markets make it hard to find trust the income experts at columbia threadneedle all they know income welcome to the bloomberg p._n._l. Podcast i'm paul sweeney along my co host this abramowicz each day. We bring you the most most noteworthy and useful interviews for you and your money whether at the grocery store or the trading floor find a bloomberg penal podcast on apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts as well as at bloomberg dot dot com the pound today is rallying on the prospect of the lesser chance of a hard brexit joining us now we're very glad to say is therese rafael bloomberg opinion editor to weigh in on the latest on brexit and i think that probably the most interesting story of the day are certainly one of them to me. <hes> theresa was the relationship between joe johnson and boris johnson brothers joe quitting parliament because he couldn't reconcile his relationship relationship with his family boris and his view that the u._k. Should remain part of the european union. What's the relationship tip line between these two well. I think the bigger surprises at johnson actually joined his brothers cabinet to begin with <hes> joe johnson resigned <hes> from when when when he was part of a <hes> theresa may's <hes> government over his <hes> his preference for a second referendum so he is a remainder but he wants a second referendum and <hes> <hes> rather than his position isn't that just simply that that britain should stay in the u. He he would like to have a referendum on it now. Obviously that puts them into direct conflict with <hes> with his brother the prime minister and it was quite a surprise when he announced he would be <hes> that he that joe johnson will be part of the cabinet. The timing of joe's resignation is of course very poignant. Boris johnson has just suffered a major defeat in parliament his progration strategy. The decision to suspend parliament for five weeks is hugely controversial. He is now a potentially unable to get the election that he wants on october. Fifteenth eighteen th after parliament was he was not able to get the two-thirds majority for that and then on top of that to his brother say i'm out seems to be a sign that this purge of the of the conservative party <hes> you know has provoked a backlash and he now has to deal with the on top of everything else so tress. I almost hate to put you on the spot here but because i'm sure nobody really has a good sense. But what are the next steps here where do you. How do you think this is going to play out near term. I heard someone oh and safe. You know what's going to happen. You haven't been paying attention. I think that's that's pretty accurate. So the next step is that <hes> johnson will try one more time to get the october fifteenth fifteenth election date and he'll try to do that by <hes> a different parliamentary mechanism. You can't bring the same motion <hes> before in a parliamentary elementary session twice so he's going to use a different mechanism that fails and it may well fail. <hes> parliament is suspended perot now until <hes> the middle title of october and there'll be no further attempt to get that election and therefore it becomes impossible to imagine how he would get an election before october thirty first and that that puts us into slightly different territory because remember johnson promised he would pull brereton out do or die bokke tober thirty first an election into november means. He's broken on that. Promise and some polls are showing that leaves supporters would not blame him. They blame parliament or they blame the e._u. But i think the longer this drags out before an election the harder it will be for johnson to just come in and and sweep up that parliamentary majority that is the key to him <hes> him delivering the brexit that he's promising to raise what political leader in the united kingdom could potentially get the support necessary to push this process forward will depend on and what process i mean. Not you know the problem for those at opposed. Johnson's plan is that they they don't have a a single leader. They can rally behind jeremy corbyn. The labour leader is very unpopular popular. Even with many of his own m._p.'s the other opposition parties refused to have corbin become a sort of national unity candidate <hes> and the conservatives also also don't have a leader other than johnson that they would rally behind now in that party is utterly split between its two wings so the you know the answer is an election could throw up any a number of options from a conservative majority which is what johnson is betting onto a hung parliament. It doesn't really solve the problem. So what is the sense of timing here. I mean is there is for some drop dead date. Where something really has to happen well october thirty first. Something has to happen either. Britain house to <hes> <hes> receive an extension from the e._u. And now let's <hes> remind listeners at that has to be <hes> unanimously approved by all of the members so even if one of them say manual mccaw fads or viktor orban of hungary some of suggested say no. We don't approve an extension thought can happen in britain crashes out on october thirty first. I there is the other key. Date is the european council summit in <hes> october seventeenth and that is the <hes> the the summit in which johnson was promising to bring tobacco deal finally closer date that we should all watch his monday <hes> a next week boris johnson meets with the irish <hes> t-shirt leah <hes> the overwrought rocker and that will be very interesting because johnson has been promising that he will bring <hes> solutions to this impasse over the irish backstop. He'll bring alternative. Turn it of ideas so we shall hopefully see next week what he has in mind. Whether there is any possibility that are that ireland or the would take it seriously tarez whereas raphael thank you so much for bringing some clarity to an absolutely chaotic situation raphael bloomberg opinion editor covering european politics and economics for bloomberg calling calling it <hes> in from our london bureau you can read more on this and other stories from bloomberg opinion at bloomberg dot com slash opinion and on the terminal by typing ok p i n go and let's talk about trade because that seems to be one of the presiding factors when it comes to what direction the markets are going to be in any given day. There seems to be a little bit more optimism right now because there are talks about talks about talks about talks getting together to talk about trade so let's talk to sean donna and who's bloomberg new senior trade reporter coming to us from our washington d. c. studios sean. What actually do we know that has happened in order i with respect to moving closer to some sort of trade resolution well. I think you nailed it. There got more talks about talks about talks coming and we are expecting at some point in the coming week or ten days <hes> or so <hes> to see the chinese <hes> send a delegation over here to washington. There'll be working level delegation to try and hash out where they resumed these negotiations and that's really the point to stress here <hes> when we when he talks broke down in may <hes> they had one hundred and fifty pages of text <hes> they were close to <hes> <hes> something meaningful on both sides and <hes> then the chinese walked away from that in part because president trump wasn't willing to <hes> withdraw tariffs or commit to that at that point <hes> and what we've seen senses an escalation and tariffs is a lot more tariffs in place now the mistrust on both sides has grown over the summer <hes> and they're getting back to the table but again they're they're trying to figure out how to start having substantive negotiations association's again that doesn't mean that they are having substantive negotiations and that doesn't mean that we're any closer to deal today than we were before. This call happened last last night in the n._f._c. stock last night so sean. What does it mean typically historically when a country like china or the united states sends over a relatively actively high level negotiating team does it is you know. Is that typically mean. Oh boy were close to something or serious or can it just be for show <hes> one in first of all. We're not in a normal situation in terms of you know. The history is a a a tough guide here <hes> in terms of trade negotiations just because the president on trump's approach to these things we've seen that with <hes> his approach to dealing with japan for example we have great story up on <hes> on bloomberg today <hes> from my colleague jenny leonard talking talking about how they're racing to try and work out some really important stuff in a deal that president trump announced as being all all done at the g seven just a week or ten days ago and they're still negotiating some really substantive stuff and they're hoping to sign that diller or get an announce a final deal deal with at the end of september and you look at what's happening with china <hes> it is not unusual for ministers to shuttle around the world is part of trade negotiations creations. That's what they do. That's what trade ministers that's what u._s. Trade representative's done for years so in some ways that's not meaningful in itself but bats where this is different right because over the summer these negotiations broke down and we are kind of seizing and market certainly are seizing on on any news of the two sides. Even talking is as something meaningful so i think we need to be really careful <hes> in terms of managing managing our own expectations <hes> with these things. This is not mean that a deal is nigh <hes> it just means that they're back to talk. I think that a lot of investors straight now and you'll talk to people and they'll say you know we're trying to understand president trump's motivations the psychology which good luck but i think that there is a question here era president trump does he kind of put on the market. People are counting on him to at some point close to the two thousand twenty elections. Try to make some sort of deal with china china in order to give a boost to markets and sort of have have sort of some momentum heading into the election is your sense from the people that you talk talk to that. That belief is legitimate look. There's no doubt the president trump has wanted to make a deal. That's that's his nature and end. The question is whether something has changed over the summer and that's where we're really trying to figure out i've had people closest administration say to me as recently as yesterday that they thought that they were seeing a new hard line <hes> from president trump <hes> in his tweets and that they eighth thought that he had moved from wanting a deal to to wanting to just sort of embracing this idea of the need for a a standoff with china for someone to take on china. We saw that and his comments yesterday about where he literally said you know. I don't care about the economy. This is bigger than the economy <hes> when and he was talking to reporters about the china talks so i mean the swings in sentiment here are are are remarkably makes it really really hard to try hi and <hes> you know the sern- the signal from the noise. You know that's what we try to do. Every day we talk to people inside administration around the administration and and it it it's hard to know on a day to day basis where the president wants to take us and it changes on it database so sean it just thirty seconds. Any sense of where china is has anything changed for china over the summer from your perspective. Yeah i think what we hear from beijing and what we hear from from people people who meet with the chinese officials regularly is that there's been a change in beijing and in in their approaches they now believe that they are involved in the longer term a fight with the chinese they have a higher level of suspicion of donald trump and his ability to deliver deal <hes> in the they are approaching this much more warily than they were even six months ago sean donna. Thank you so much. I feel like we're gonna be talking to you a lot more going forward. There is still much more to go on this story. Obviously shaun donovan senior trade reporter for bloomberg news talking to us us from r._d._c. a bureau. This podcast asked is brought to you by columbia threadneedle investments. The income landscape is changing. Are you search columbia threadneedle income and evolve your strategy columbia threadneedle they yeah no income crude very much getting a bid today on the heels of some softening in trade talks between the u._s. and china are perhaps talks about talks but talks were seeing crew up <hes> about one percent today following a two point three percent gain yesterday but really what is going to be the longer term driver of crude prices joining us now stephen schork president of the short group group and editor of the shark report <hes> joining us on the phone so stephen. Let's just get started <hes> crude prices. They've been bouncing around pretty much in tandem with the <hes> feeling from trade. How long is this sustainable <hes> well for the foreseeable future. We're going into lisa now. A very volatile time in the market gets to your point. Oil is rallying hard. We got some good numbers a._d._p. Employment we have some bullish support numbers from today's weekly update on petroleum stocks <hes> but first and foremost driver currently now is the market's taking another hit of hope that is to say hope that we might actually get some sort of resolution. I shouldn't china <hes> trade riff. <hes> so at this point this is where these speculators are pouring their hearts and souls into <hes> going forward now how <hes> when we talk about volatility it is september so over the next two months oil refineries here in north america in northern europe are going to go into their maintenance season so they're going to be buying fewer barrels as they shut in operations to get ready for the winter demand season so when you take that fundamental out of the market when you take fundamental <hes> driver that buyer out of the market it creates a void and when you have that void you have the chance for volatility so once again we're going to be looking at markets so that it can continue over the next two three months to trade off of headlines. Today we happen to have a bullish headline and so the market is finding good support here so it's interesting when when we talked to steven about the the energy markets we always have discussions about the demand side of the equation in supply side of the creation nation but it seems like what's really driving oil prices energy prices in general is really the demand side and again tied very much to trade is that kind of how the traders are positioning themselves. Yes absolutely and in fact we had. We had <hes> some numbers that came out <hes> the surveys before and keep in mind. I demand is still strong. Along the the economy is still finding support. I it's just this this overhang of this trade redfin and everyone's talking about potential recession and we're we're starting to see the pullback on the manufacturing side and manufacturing side tends to be a a bellwether so even though it is only ten to twelve percent of the u._s. Sakani <hes> it's still a significant <hes> driver and and that is really where the concern is <hes> so on the supply side <hes> luck where we're starting to the market here in the united states over the past month. We've had two major pipelines that has started shipping crude oil out of the west texas permian basin to the export markets near in corpus christi by the end of the year. We'll have another pipeline that comes online so our takeaway capacity with all that oil being produced in west texas texas is going to increase by by two thirds so we're starting to decline and we're starting to balance the market at this point so yes it is the demand and keep him on the underlying on the line economic. Demand story is still firm at this point but it's all about the future. It's all about perception and right now. People are very cautious and that is certainly a concern that is overhanging the commodity markets stephen. I remember when people cared about what was going on with respect to iran what was happening with with respect back to libya venezuela argentina. I mean they're all of these issues that used to matter and that don't seem to anymore yea and again right into an excellent point and it's all about perception. I mean opec <hes> when's the last time i had line of opec actually moved this market. <hes> this is a u._s. Centric story united states is the nine hundred pound gorilla in the oil market at this point <hes> we are burgeoning export <hes> <hes> powerhouse <hes> with all this production coming out and that kind of mask the concerns here to your point iran venezuela right venezuela venezuela used to be <hes> our fourth largest supplier of crude oil and now they're production has has fallen off significantly and so that is the concern that potentially that will start to see a pullback in demand <hes> that is being masked right now by the loss of supply and all it's going to take is is what one good good disruption and <hes> all this goes to not stephen what your thoughts on the natural gas market as we look ahead to <hes> kind of the colder months coming up <hes> tadic natural gas market. Do we finish that out. No kidding yeah yeah exactly no. I'm not market is getting a nice rally right now if i've been telling all my hedging hedging clients into short report that over the past month if you have nothing buying every single molecule of natural gas at these levels for your winter needs. You're really being foolish because the market is really gifting you this opportunity <hes> to that point. We have so much gas. There is the pullback on the industrial side so that overhang supplies are plentiful <hes> but the market has rallied about twenty twenty cents a duck affirm over the past month and that is because wall street speculators have never been more bearish this market so this is a market that extremely oversold so we're getting kind of a counter intuitive rise in price right now which probably has a lot of speculative scratching their head because the fundamentals are so barish so that's what's the say that we tend to see the natural gas market. We get this rally. <hes> before the winter before the heat is heating seizing kicks in and i think we're in the midst of with that. How can we go our quant models right. Now are looking at potentially this month. We could see natural gas prices rally about another forty. We sent higher <hes> which would really be more of a short-covering rally not fundamentally driven but we're looking going into the winter market that i if you're hedging you should have been buying. You'll still have opportunities. We're in the midst of a counter <hes> short-covering rally but the role is still bearish stephen short. Thanks so much for that overview excellent over you as always on the energy markets looking to create a nanny guests at the moment <hes> reading a stephen schwartz president is short group phoning in from pennsylvania. Take right now. We have the honour of speaking with other nations new chief executive officer cheryl the miller <hes> she came in about forty five days ago to head auto nation which she's only based in fort lauderdale florida but just here in our bloomberg interactive brokers studios show congratulations the shares of the company up more than thirty six percent year to date. I want to start with the transition in your first forty forty five days taking over after a very brief stint for the previous ceo carly labored so what what's it been like given given the fact that it's been a little bit tumultuous over the past couple of months. Yes it's great to be here today with early. Some of you paul and it's been great. The last forty five days have been fantastic again. Coming in my core focus was execution right so were an operating business execution of our existing play and also making sure we're working on this autonation and brand extensions strategy so when i stepped into the role i met immediately with our leadership team. I've known for many years our operational leadership team. I met with them personally. We talked about this. Strategy had their full confidence and i also met with the corporate team. I reminded the corporate team. We always do that. Our focuses on servicing our our customers and really pulled together that leadership team to focus on the core. I've had some initial o._e._m. Discussions but certainly i've known many of them having been in the industry for years as as well so i'm just looking at the stock stocks dunwell up thirty seven percent this year yet. There's only one analyst recommending. It and nine have a hold and there's a couple cells. What are what's the bear case analysts not seeing having miscounted. This run up in the stock is a paul. I think it's a great observation. I think what people are missing is really the thought thought out there has been are we at peak auto and if you think about that years ago we knew we would have a gradual climb out of those lower sar levels and we always said we thought we you would level off somewhere between sixteen and seventeen million units of sales and that is where we have leveled off but keep in mind that we're not just about new vehicle sales. We also do a lot of nearly new and you've seen the customer preference shifts somewhat towards nearly new and we also have the service aspects of the business and so i think the analysts analysts thesis has been around sort of peak audio and i think we've got a lot more than that the and you've been with donation for years so you have a sense of of the sort of the breakdown between used and new cars and car sales. Can you speak a little bit more about the shift that you've seen recently a._m. Preference for almost two vehicles by the u._s. consumer yeah absolutely so i've certainly been in the industry for a while and my one of my fun facts is the fact that i actually was at auto nation. The first time before mike say was was there back in ninety eight and i saw the early days of the company through the evolution today but as i think about the consumer <hes> think like most of the customers coming back into our showrooms or coming online to interact with us the last time they may have purchased a vehicle could have been when interest rates are basically zero. Oh so now they're coming back in and although rates fortunately we're not gonna have the hikes we originally anticipated this year but but rates are a little higher than zero certainly and customer affordability is a little bit tougher so the average new vehicle payment monthly is five hundred fifty dollars a month so for some customers. There's a little bit of a sticker shock doc as they come in to the stores and therefore they look over to the side and say hey that's. That's an a nearly new vehicle. It's got great technology. Maybe two to three or four years years old and they'll opt in for that. We're actually seeing very strong. Pre-owned sales this year and you've seen us with to record quarters and part of that was supported by great pre-owned sales someone just looking at the consensus estimates out on the on the bloomberg terminal not much revenue growth but some very strong margins here so give us a sense of kind of the business mixed view is is between the sales of cars and maybe the services for your business and kind of which is really driving the growth for you is thinking about the growth drivers within the business. The the service or we call customer care side of the business has great margins those margins are in forty five percent range plus or minus compared to new and used vehicle sales cells that are in the case of used vehicles sub eight percent new vehicle sales certainly much lower on a percentage basis so as we continue to shift and focus on growth in in the customer care side of the business you're seeing some margin improvement but also flow through us. If you think about our bottom line improvement we've made some good steps with respect to s. jenny so so the nice thing having said in the c._f._o. Role previously is that continued focus on cost optimization so going forward you. You talked a little bit about how people analyst perhaps they're thinking more about. Are we hitting auto than they are your specific business model but that you can't lose sight evatt either right the whole idea that the cost of cars is getting a lot more expensive as companies tried to offset the fact that people are buying fewer of them so so what is sort of the key price level that you're seeing is the sweet spot where sales are continuing and sort of what's the tipping point at which point sales drop off but one of the great great things about that question relative to price for the consumer as we're going to have a little bit of a tailwind with interest rates so coming into the year thinking we might have three hikes verses is now having one cut so far and hopefully within the next month here you may see a second cut <hes> with respect rates that actually improves affordability so as i you think about that that provides some more balanced for the customer so it provides them a little bit more running room but at the same time if people aren't buying new. Maybe they're buying nearly. I knew if they're not buying nearly new. They're holding their vehicles and we saw this play out in the recession back in two thousand eight two thousand nine. It's a countercyclical part of our business parts and service because if you're not buying you need to service and maintain your existing vehicle so that's the way i think about the composition of the business but i'm also excited to have one foot into into the future and thinking about relationships strategic partnerships waymo. We're we're thinking about forward-looking consumer mobility which may look a little bit different than it has in the past asked one of the things you mentioned just peak auto. Are you concerned that uber and lift and those types of things are going to result in fewer people driving. It's a really interesting question paul and so the way i think about it is when you look at what uber and lyft have replaced to date. They've really replaced a lot of the shared use so think taxicabs where we are here today. In new york city <hes> think about rental car companies. That's really a lot of what it is replaced today. What we're hearing from costumers is they'll occasionally. Take an uber lift. If they're going out to dinner they're going into the city somewhere. It's expensive to park. We have not really seen it replacing traditional ownership ownership at this stage but we'll continue to watch the market as it evolves and as we look at our core capabilities. We've got great retail locations. <hes> we've got a ton of experience experience selling twelve million vehicles servicing forty five million vehicles and so we've got great experience to meet the customer where they are but at this point the customer isn't dropping topping off their car and drove and opting exclusively for uber left so let's talk a little bit about the partnership because you did mention it and into automation does have some partnership with them. Can you describe a little bit more about that waymo. Of course is the the self-driving project formerly <hes> of google now an alphabet company yeah absolutely so i had the great opportunity in two thousand seventeen to be at the starting point of that relationship relationship so being out in phoenix where that was started as well as discussions out in california and as we looked at this potential relationship i had to say what is auto auto nation really good at what core competencies does auto nation bring to the table that may or may not be things that waymo is interested as a company and doing directly and and that really came down to service if you think about the quality of our technicians the technical complexity of vehicles we're really good at the hard stuff and seven think about hybrids breads and electric's. We've service a ton of hybrid electrics already. We are ready to think about. How do we service autonomous this. This is fascinating because there there's been a big discussion discussion about self driving vehicles and who would be the maintainers of those right. Would've we will bake okay well. This is really interesting right and it's sort of at the intersection of a lot. A lot of people think is the change in the way people get around the question is are we really getting the kind of traction in the self-driving space that a lot of people have thought that we would at this point. It's really early days as a great point so the great thing is we want to have a foot in the future. We wanna be learning today and we wanna be assisting today. So the way i think about it is we bring these great technicians and now they're. They're used to working on complex vehicle so if you think about a and all that technology that's already in the cars lane assists yes. They're working on things with sensors and computers today already. This is an expansion of that great technician base where we have existing technicians that are now learning how to work around and on autonomous vehicles so it's something that's really within our sweet spot. We also have great retail locations. If you think about doubted where to customers live and work auto nation is located near a customers living work not in a remote area so we're already around that daily traffic flow oh of where customers lynn work and that's where they where they want their vehicles to be traveling so you're obviously with all your locations in in the sales and service you have a great feel for the consumer we despite slowing manufacturing data and whatever we see it pretty strong consumer what are what are your what you seeing on the ground in your business just as it relates to kind of the health consumer so what we're seeing donation is is pretty good health at the consumer right people have jobs and that's the great thing when i contrast that to how it felt back in two thousand two thousand thousand nine when jobs were tough it. It feels decidedly different that being said we've talked about affordability so i think a little bit of relief on the interest rates will help with that but fundamentally manly. I'm seeing a pretty strong consumer showing up in our in our stores and online. It's been fascinating cheryl miller. Thank you so much for being with us and congratulations in your first forty five days. Cheryl miller is chief executive officer and president of auto nation joining us here in our bloomberg interactive brokers studio she he came into the company about forty five days ago after its long-term leader and now the company's chairman jackson step down in a brief tenure <hes> <hes> by another temporary executive thanks for listening to the bloomberg podcast you can subscribe and listen to interviews at apple podcasts or whatever podcast platform you prefer. I'm paul sweeney. I'm on twitter at p._t. Sweeney and lisa abramowicz. I'm on twitter at lisa abramowicz one before the podcast. 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Grant Billingsley of the Scharbauer Foundation on Permian Perspective Podcast  PP006

Permian Perspective Podcast

29:17 min | 1 year ago

Grant Billingsley of the Scharbauer Foundation on Permian Perspective Podcast PP006

"Um. The Permian basin is an abundant oil and gas producing area, already one of the world's leading oil producing regions, the area in west Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year, twenty twenty three but who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse? And what is their story? This is permeated perspective. I'm your host Krista as skinny. Sponsored by Baker Hughes. A GE company, inventing smarter ways to bring energy to the world. Hello, everyone. Welcome to this week's episode. It is such a pleasure to be sharing this time with you today. I am sitting in Midland Texas downtown at the reliance energy building with grant Billingsley, the executive director of the Scarver foundation. Thanks so much for being with us grant, pleasure, traveling before we jump into our interview. I want to first of all ask anyone that is listening to, please take a few minutes and leave a review on I tunes, I would love for you to say something really nice about our podcast. I know it's new and I appreciate those five star review. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you. And we may even read one in future episodes. So thank you very much. Okay grant. Thank you so much again for joining us. Let's talk about you. How did you get into the oil and gas industry? Well, just about anybody who lives in Midland is connected to the gas business. And I've been here. For going on forty four years and never did work for an independent oil and gas company. I was a lobbyist in Austin doing gover state government affairs for a long time. But now, our for this philanthropic organization that tries to help our community that you deal at love the foundation, the Scarver found Asian does so much to help out our community. And I think it's a story that a lot of people haven't heard in the oil and gas industry. We hear a lot about the, the big players are small independence but not the philanthropy. Can you share a little bit about how this organization got started the organization like a lot of philanthropy? And we have we're blessed we're blessed in the community that have a lot of charitable organizations, who support the community, but this was created by family who wanted to leave a legacy of helping our community grow and develop and serve the people who live here, and I'm blessed to be able to work here, but the family has a rich history of this community and building it, and it's fun to be a part of that. They really do have a rich history as you mentioned. A lot of the land that when you look around Midland, if you're sitting here like we are in downtown Midland, you look around, you think that was owned by the scars and bay have donated a lot of land here in west Texas. I think one that is really that kind of stands out in my mind is the Midland international airport. I love that. The reason why so many people can fly in and out of Midland is because the scarves donated that land. How do you feel they've helped the community in so many ways a long time ago? Mr. Scarver senior Clarence Garber, senior was certainly part of building this community in its earliest days and at the time, the government had a bomber training base out here. This is the wild and remote areas, and they, they determined that they needed to expand that training facility, and he, he was willing to provide the land, and after the after the government was finished with it, it turned into commercial. Airport, and so now and just by design, it was located midway between Midland, Odessa. And so it's perfectly located to serve our communities that are both growing like never before. Before you said, you've been here, forty years. There have been many highs and lows through those forty years. What would you say to someone that maybe as just moving here to west, Texas, and some advice that you might give them on your experience and your knowledge being here told people all along that you have to you have to live here for a while? It's remote. It's not as a tractive of some places. Some people would like we don't have we don't have mountains. We don't have rivers. But what we are. We are blessed, ordinarily by the natural resources that are under the ground. And so that creates a lot of opportunity for the people like us, who are fortunate to live above the ground now. We do have to make it ourselves. Sometimes because we are relatively remote. We're a long way from other large metropolitan areas. And so we have to bring it in build it operate, it and do that. And over the years, we've been blessed by companies and individuals who have seen the. Need to provide for this community? And so we enjoy some things that are kind of unique to community our size. You mentioned the the scenery. There's pumped x there's tumbleweed and the most beautiful sunsets. You'll ever see the sky, the sky is our landscape. And there's no, there's no denying that we for longtime and still the area here is known as the land of the high sky, and that's because it's just almost limitless when you see it, and we have a lot of cloudless days that and what clouds are in, in the mornings and in the evenings they provide an extraordinary sunset that's not cluttered by trees or hills. So, right. Let's talk a little bit about the Permian growth, you know, the next five years, and I know with your organization. We're where do you see your goals going in the next five years, and the industry in general community where we're needing to work? We are working together to pull together to understand and provide for the growth, that's was not expected. But is now apparently it's coming, and we need to provide for when provide for the people, there needs of the needs of the businesses that come here because right now, the Permian basin Midland serves as the administrative center, if you will, and now the production center of the Permian basin, which is one of the largest, if not the largest producing region in the country. And so where important economically for the country and so requires people, and people need to live here, and people that live here need schools, and hospitals and streets and things to do and basic. Services, and we as a community need to pull those together. And fortunately, we have we have a growing coalition of both private and public resources that are working together to try to figure out what do we do to to manage the prosperity that we're blessed with right now? That is so true. Because it there is a challenge with that, that I think a lot of people don't understand if they never been here to west Texas, and seen it for themselves with the traffic, we, yes, we don't have Houston traffic. But we have traffic that doesn't fit our roads, our current our current roadways. So I'm glad that you pointed that out. Let's talk about the difference between this current situation that we have with the growth in the boom, compared to maybe years passed since you've been here, forty years, you've you've seen it. What do you think is the biggest difference? The biggest difference is technology and the vast horizons that open up with the development of technology that can develop here. Most people don't realize that the Permian basin was. Long ago. It was again, it was the it was the largest oil producing region in the country. But back in the fifties sixties and by about their seventies, it was slowing down and looking back in history by the time I got here, which was about nineteen seventy five a lot of the large national oil companies had already left. They felt like the Permian basin. Head out was mature at an already kind of played out. We were only drilling vertical wells at the time they viewed the future of the basin as not as bright as it had been, so a lot of the majors left Midland, and I sold they sold some of their some of their land, some of their Krige producing properties, they sold them to people that became independence that started private companies, some of those people who work for those majors who chose at the time when told let's say in late sixties that their job no longer was in Midland. But it might have been in Houston, or Tulsa was then the oil capital of the world back in those days of those individuals said now. I'm gonna I'm going to stay in Midland because I like it and I, I liked the way the community is so they stayed. And a lot of those individuals have were tremendous successes, and they are a lot of the individuals who built this community into into what it is. And providing a lot of the things that we enjoy today. And so that was the better part of fifty years ago. And so now now what we're experiencing is a lot of the largest oil and gas companies called sometimes called ultra majors, but certainly global companies are coming back and they're coming back in a hurry. And that's a wonderful thing for economically, but it poses its own challenges, and we need to prepare for them because they bring they bring abundant financial resources to, to develop these natural resources that we've got, but they're also bringing qualified, mostly young highly talented people, and all the service individuals come along with it. There are a lot of people coming here, and we need to we are working together. And increasing numbers of public and private partnerships to do that. And that's the only way we can get it done. So would you say that's the biggest difference may be seeing that public and private partnership coming together for the better of our community? Yes. I think the biggest the biggest opportunity that we're finding there is, is how these companies companies that have been here for a long time companies that have come back companies that are new, all of those are working with philanthropy organizations like ours. And like I said, there are a lot of foundations who helped this community in this region, and then local government and state government because stick government realizes that they've been a fit in a very big way from the things that are being done here. The production that takes here because a lot of people may or may not know it, but a lot of the resources that are, are in the Delaware basin. For example, our university of Texas and, and state owned properties that provide a lot of money for higher education at Texas. Am university of Texas, Texas Tech and other other institution of higher learning here in the state. So. It's important, not just to the country. It's, it's really important to Texas. And so what we're doing. Here is his of interest and note to a lot more people than just those who live here, a very trail. I know growing up in California. I didn't see a community come together as much in our community was great. I mean, I don't want to, to, to bash, Egger up a love the community group, but I never have seen the philanthropic efforts, like, like Midland has Noda west Texas in a whole of when something happens west Texans jump in and they, they help each other out. How does the Scarver foundation do that? And what is the goal of the foundation to better our community? Our goal is just to make Midland in the Permian basin better place in which deliver do business, and that is part of the family legacy that has been here, and I think that, that common that is common theme shared by many of the organizations some, some, of course have. Specialties, whether it might be healthcare or decay. Shin might be higher Ed or, or public, Ed. It might be it might be social services because because every community needs needs help for making helping people get through each day, and so, but for the for the Scarborough nation, ours, is mostly community development, providing things where we can where we can maybe get a project started, and that might not get started, otherwise. And so it's, it's fun. And now with the ability to work together with other growing companies companies that are new here, and then working with local government, sometimes even state government, it's we're able to get some things done takes awhile. But we're able to get some things done, and you're doing a great job at you really guard their as story, or maybe success story that you would like to share with our listeners that really kind of showcases what your mission is, and what you just talked about one of the most recent things that that has happened here is that are downtown. We have we have a sort of surprises downtown in terms of structures for people. Oh, that are driving past between Fort Worth, or Dallas and El Paso, and they look. And they say, well, what is that? Well, that's downtown Midland. And it's been this way for a long time, but between that time say from the sixties till about till now there hasn't been much added. In fact, there have been some things that have needed to be removed and within about the last five years, we are, are county courthouse, which, like a lot of Texas communities was at the very center of town, and our county outgrew the courthouse and moved to a new facility, just a couple blocks north of where the county courthouse was, and that facility became that space became available and after a couple of projects got started didn't quite get off the ground. The opportunity came up thought was well, why don't we just make that Greenspace? We don't have a lot of green space here. And what if we built a park that people wanted to go to trees, water shade things the things they might wanna do? And so we looked and we saw we found excellent models to emulate from. Dallas and Houston douse in Houston have been have done a great job, and Fort Worth as well, a building downtown attractive spaces that people want to go and be a part of. So we looked at what they did, and we figured out, how can we put that in Midland? And so we got together, we saw we saw plan. We found other other philanthropists philanthropic organization, other foundations companies the city of Midland who owned the property we put together a plan and together, we were able to do it, but and we and it's under construction right now. But we all agree that it was I is a community our size. It was too large for any of us individually to get it done. But together we were able to get it done, and we're all looking forward to win. It opens in may of twenty twenty so we're about where some time away from doing that, but it's going to be really nice. And I think it's gonna serve as a gathering space for, for this community and the people from around, because it's going to be something like doesn't exist. List around out here very far. Right. And I love that because together, we are stronger, and that is really the theme that you can feel here in west Texas right now and a love that you're doing as a parent, I remember going down there, when it was centennial plaza, and you could we would take our family pictures, there and the kids were just get to run around. But now it's going to be so much more. It can you explain what's going to be there? So that someone that maybe doesn't live here. They could understand what we're getting because I'm excited. I can't wait to see what it looks like when it's finished parks going to be about. It's, it's again it's right in the center of downtown. It joins its right up next to the brand, new Barbara and George H W Bush convention center, which is being, which is a new facility to call it renovated as an accurate, but it is on the side of our prior community center. And so it's a lot larger will be new, and it'll be part of that. But the park adjoins that it's nearly four acres. Maybe a little more which compares to the parks in Dallas and the CLYDE Warren Park in Dallas. I think a little more than five acres and Houston, the discovery green right next the George Brown center. It's about twelve acres. But here we tried to take the best components of those parks that bring people things like a stage a video of video display board a player area a dog area restrooms a large great lawn landscaped and trees and shade and an splash pad, and as by pad for the kids and all of those components were both in Dallas and Houston, and it didn't take long to go and see that people really enjoyed those. They made use of them. They came all the time. And that's what we're looking to do. So it's going to be fun, excited, had no idea it was going to entail all that. That is fantastic. Well, thank you for sharing that let's talk a little bit about your how you got to where you are today. I know that you started in oil and gas. And now you're in philanthropy, what was important to you in making that. -sition and making that jump from the business sector to what you're doing now, Marin tar careers been involved in economic development for the community because when I moved here again I was a time when, when some of the largest companies that were leaving. And so we were looking as a community we were looking to attract other types of businesses because the thought was the oil and gas wouldn't last forever. I mean, I remember very definitely we had presentations about it being a finite resource, and there was only so much that could be produced. And so our job was to diversify the economy and bring other employers that were not related to gas production here. And so I've been involved in that I worked with the chamber of commerce, I was on the staff there for a number of years before I, I went to work for an independent on gas company. But even when I was with the willing as coming, I was still involved in community development. So by working in Austin, do things that could help our community who help the help the industry, that was the company I was fortunate enough to work for I was involved in community development. Well as economic development. And so when the foundation when the scarf out Dacian started up, I was blessed to have an opportunity to, to get right involved with some with an organization whose goal was to, to help this community grow and develop and make it better place for the community. So I've been blessed to do this, my entire career. And so we've moved from time of seeking to diversify to time to manage the growth. And so, like I said, the better part of fifty years, that says now the basin that wasn't worth staying for back in the late sixties. And seventies now people are coming in droves, and they can't get here fast enough, I can't get enough property to develop, and so we are over, that's embarrassing to say, but we are overwhelmed with economic prosperity and for being a comic development when you seek to have people move in, and you wanna find people to come and invest and build their company here and do that right now. We are in a period where we don't have to recruit people. We have to. We have to help accommodate those that are coming, and we don't know how long this last we know that it could change. But for right now, we're on what appears to be the front end of a significant economic expansion, and that's exciting. But it has to it requires a change in attitude and the change in approach. And that's why this opportunity between public and private entities, working together is about the only way we can undertake. Well, that's funny. You mention that because my mom asked me this morning. How long do you think this is going to last talking about the prosperity here in west Texas? And I said, nobody knows there, there are ups or downs, but we do know it's here to stay for for awhile. Every indication is that this should continue their continues to be demand for, for the oil, and the natural gas that are being produced here, and there will be for some time. And so technology is the biggest driver and technology is the biggest thing that makes this possible here, fifty years later when people said it's over now it's back and who. Who can who can predict what technology will do for us in the future that can make can make this so, so different. It's an exciting time, and the oilfield the oilfield, that has has always been human dependent. Meaning it couldn't get done without people being out there. We'll technology is changing some of that, and companies increasingly are working to find ways that how do you do this using technology row than rather than people and individuals? It's going to be a long time to do that. But it's already happening in ways. And so those kind of changes could make this last a lot longer. But it's exciting to be here right now. What is your business toll that has helped you through the years relationships telling people meeting people talking about what can be done? What needs to be done when you when you work when you work with government, like I did for so long you learn that you can't get anything accomplished by yourself. You have to build a coalition somehow you have to line up with somebody. In order to get things done. And the larger government is the more you have to have more people involved and so that opportunity that experience that I gained in, how do you work to build a group to try to identify the go figure out the priority? You know, there are three question friend of mine reminds me almost every day said start with what do you want to do how much is it going to cost? And now what are your priorities? And how are you going to get that done? And we're facing that, that sort of sequence. Now is happening a lot in the community. How do we build the roads housing? How do we how do we build housing? That is affordable, and can accommodate the people that are moving here. How do we get the doctors? How do we get the teachers? How do we build the school buildings in the hospitals to, to accommodate the needs? That needs that we're enjoying building a park. Some people might say that a park wasn't our top priority. But it's sure going to be nice. And I'm pretty sure it's going to be used people that have worked with us before said you, can you can pretty well count on. It being more popular than you even ever anticipate. We had another opportunity a few years ago came back in started project started in two thousand six opened in two thousand eleven was a performing arts center. A performing arts center that was built between Midland Odessa a product of the university of Texas Permian basin. UTP an eighteen hundred seat performing arts center. We had a that was another thing. It was it was probably the it is the most remarkable cooperative venture between these two communities that are, that are deeply competitive between one another that made that possible with, again public and private money that came together and, and I was involved as fortunate enough to be involved in that project. And what looking back the Wagner Noel performing arts center, so far exceeds what anybody dreamed for it in terms of what it does. What enjoyment it brings to people, the type of the type of eh. Education and entertainment that it attracts. And then to hear to hear many of the performers and groups that visit there when they walk in they go, what is this place doing out here incredible? It's just out on the middle of a plane and this big huge beautiful unique building. They walk in, and they said, this is remarkable, and that is a testimony to the communities and to this region into this industry that says it is possible, if we work together, and that was a perfect example, but that is the kind of thing that we have to we have to develop ourselves, and we needed the help of government, but government couldn't do it alone. It is top notch and for anyone that is listening around the world. We would invite you to go look at Wagner Noel dot com. It is incredible what they are doing and, and the amazing talent bringing to west Texas. And like you said it makes people happy when you go to a performance there, you can't help it. Leave with the smile on your face because you've just experienced. That was top notch from everything from the performers to the acoustics to the seating to, to everything it really is an incredible venue, that we're lucky to have so on behalf of west Texas, thank you for being a part of that. And bringing because it really is wonderful. Let's talk about your most important lesson that you have learned in business her life. It still comes back to people still comes back to connecting the dots and I've been fortunate to be here for a long time. And over time, you, you build acquaintances and relationships and, and get to know people and being able to figure out how you how you work to get something done, put the people together that can talk about what needs to be done talk about those priorities talk about the challenges, and then figure them out, and then the other thing is not along, along with the ability to just sort of connect dots on people that should be involved in the conversation project is the ability to what helps to communicate. Communication is critical and it required. Doesn't social media doesn't help in that particular. It's like face to face. It's still is in writing. You still have to put things in writing because deals are done in writing still, and you have to you have to be able to communicate and you have to be able to be clear, and, and you have to be able to work things out. And so you can't always get what you want. But if you can find find that common ground, and so it's the art of compromise. A lot of times that gets you to the end goal of, of getting to a project that a lot of people can embrace, and support and enjoy. Do you have any favorite books podcasts that you listened to know right now? We have so much going on. Now. I don't even listen to that. I barely listen too much news. I try to get my news each morning and in the evenings. But no, I'm not in the cars much. My job keeps me here. I'm not on the road. Because when you live out here, you do spend a lot of time in the car. And that would be a great time, but I'm not doing as much of that. So a lot of my friends, tell me what to do, and I get to listen to some of that, but nothing regularly for me to admit now, that's that's why I understand we all go through seasons. I went through seasons where I read a lot, and then I went through seasons where I listened a lot. And then there were seasons where I didn't have any of that feeding me because I was too busy raising four kids. So I get that. No. I understand. Let's talk about favorite quote. I'm a big quote person love quotes. Do you have a favorite quote that you live by or one that just kind of is inspired you through the years golden rule? Treat others the way you want to be treated when you're in the business of trying to get things done. And knowing you've got to have other people along with you. You've just got to treat people the way you want to be treated that finally is there anything that you wanna share with our listeners, just about the Permian basin for them to understand what, what it is like here because we are such a thriving community and growing, and everything we've talked about today, and I, I've loved hearing your your, your take on it is there. Anything else that maybe we haven't touched on the youth think that everyone needs to know about the Permian, so unique place. Everybody says that, but it's, it's unique in its geography and its remoteness in the resource that's under the ground and invisible, so many, but improves the lives of so many. I mean, when you think about all the things in our world that are, that are made with or by hydrocarbon products. You can't get by. And so the products that are produced in this region touch the lives of millions of people all across the world. And so it's a special place in, like I said, it may not be as attractive as some people want, but the people are what make wherever you live. And so we have a lot more of them people than we did before. And we're having to get acquainted and work through some of these challenges. But, but it's a good place. There are a lot of wonderful places, and in Texas, and other places but come, and visit sometime if it's it's not on the road to a lot of place. But we're, we're trying to make it a community where, where those that are in business or want to do business. They're gonna wanna come here. More and more people are doing it. When you say that, I thought of ood, what about advice you'd give to someone that is new. Because I like that you mentioned that we have a lot of new people coming to town, any advice to someone new in the industry. That is moving to town. Don't be afraid to ask for advice because almost all of us who live here were new at one time there still aren't an incredible number of natives who because the community was the community was vastly smaller indifferent. So most everybody was came here from somewhere else. And so when you come just like, when people move anywhere, the best thing to do is somebody who's lived here where do you go? How do you find a doctor? Where do you get your clothes clean? Where do you where do you go to the grocery store? I mean, don't ask because because everyone most everyone has came here at one time or another. And they remember what it's like so. You can't be afraid to ask for help get advice. All right grant. Thank you so much grant, Billingsley, the executive director of the Scarver foundation. I appreciate you sharing this time with us. It was wonderful to hear your perspective. And it's wonderful the things that the Scarver foundation does for our community. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I'd also like to thank Baker Hughes GE company, there in bending smarter ways to bring energy to the world. They are sponsor for our wonderful new podcast called permit perspective. The story behind the oil and gas leaders in the Permian basin as always, I invite you to go online going. I tunes leave us a review. Let us know what you love about it gives some questions or someone you want me to talk to. I would love to hear from you, and as always remember to dream big and believe in yourself. You make it a great day. Tune in next week for another episode of Permian perspective a production of the oil and gas global network. Learn more at WWW dot OBGYN dot com.

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A candid interview with state Senator Kel Seliger

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52:43 min | 1 year ago

A candid interview with state Senator Kel Seliger

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That's what we do here on the other side of Texas broadcasting from the racer car wash studios racer car wash voted love express wash for five years. Running win in got the barracuda the tundra make the tunder great again. That's what they do. They're racer car wash. Stop into one of five convenient locations across hub city for the best wash around guaranteed. See your best location there at racer wash dot com. The big show ahead. We've got a state Senator kill Seliger. And a pre taped interview it's going to blow your mind, you wanna hear kill Seliger on with some rural aggression and then met dough trae from Lubbock avalanche. Journalists going to follow him coming up about twenty five minutes. From now today, my friends is Martin Luther King day. And. A couple of thoughts on this before we get rolling along here. Martin Luther King. I'm a say to you that we have not made a single gain in civil rights without determine legal in non-violent pressure. Martin Luther King leather from Birmingham jail. Lamentably? It is as Stoorikhel fact that privileged group seldom give up their privileges. Montero early individuals may see the moral white and voluntarily give up their unjust posture. But is Ron hold. Neighbor has reminded us groups tend to be more immoral than individuals. What does that mean when it means is up read almost everything that Ron whole neighbor wrote in his books, moral man, and then world society neighbors postures this? He was a liberal Protestant, which means the mirror miracles in those things are off the slate. But that he believed in original sin. He thought it was the most empirically valid Christian doctrine in that empirical sin exponentially. It's groups why do I start with that number one? It's Martin Luther King day in America. Number two. Senator Tim Lee wrote a what I think is fantastic piece in national review today, and he says in the wake of Tucker Carlson's viral populace manifesto earlier this month, which we covered here on the program. Pop. List in Libertarian-leaning conservatives have been debating the same point king. Raise fifty years ago does economic inequality. Depend on individuals good and bad choices or on the social circumstances in which those individuals make the choices obviously the answer is both. But it's important especially for conservatives to dig into the question, and I could hit the desk right now. Because this is what this program has been preaching. This is the prairie populism that we've been preaching. It's important especially for conservatives dig into the question to many of kings, and now Carlson's critics point to America's free ish market economy and declare that opportunity was and remains wide open to anyone willing to work that it's a little bit more than just personal responsibility that they're greater maximums at work. In. That's why Trump was elected. The thought that there are is always say about farmers forces to big defied alone. And this was this was Tim lease introduction into this piece. You can find it national review. Toward the end of his life. Martin Luther King junior turned his attention from an exclusive focus on racial Justice to unequal opportunity more. Generally, the United States was quote, a nation gorged on money in quote, he wrote while millions of citizens are denied a good education. Adequate services decent housing meaningful employment in respect in even respect. And are then told to be responsible. He specifically blamed Pala federal policymakers four quote subsidies of the rich in unemployment and under employment of the poor. So many things get off on there. But we're all start is with this. We have problem in this country. And you see it in the state budget that there are. Elite. Elite economic interests that are have loopholes and in that shorted the rest for lack of adequate healthcare of adequate education. And that's the problem. We're finding in the state right now. And that's why appreciate the state comptroller. Controller Glenn Hager stepping up and saying here's where we can find some money. It's money that is loop hold four elite economic interests. And I don't want to be given the name for somebody who's against the rich because we do pretty well at my house, and I don't think the rich of the problem. I think it's simply a problem of reciprocity. In. That's what Martin Luther King had a problem with. And that's the problem that prairie socialists is some call us. Prairie populist is more. Mainstream have a problem with and. In groups those things begin to compound in exponentially eight in I've got a big problem with it. And that's what I get off on on this program. More than anything else is whenever wealthy interests in not just wealthy. But Uber wealthy interests begin to drive in. That's always my problem with with folks is they come to us these outside interest groups come to us with social concerns that begin to exploit our economic interests. It's not enough just to oppose abortion. You've got to be. You've gotta be for the one percent. A one percent that most folks most all folks will never see. And that's what just. Grinds my gears and wanted to throw a little bone out. Because what Martin Luther King's saw in his Tim Lee lays out in his piece is that it's not just a minority problem. It becomes a underclass problem for everybody in. We are great popular just by virtue of being a Texas Tech fan. You're great populist and populism on the rise in these American states. And for good reason. Lot more to say there. But when I'm going to do now is get on the break. We got killed cylinder state Senator out of Amarillo. His district goes down Amarillo twenty five counties up in the panhandle and then down the New Mexico line. And then into the Permian basin in Texas gonna get him on and play you that interview sick, right? Where you are. You don't wanna miss this? It's going to be fantastic. Whenever you come back in and kill Seliger's complaints against Lieutenant governor sick right with this year. Other side of Texas. This interview has been played up in the media in nam. We're gonna play it for you. Now, exclusive interview mind-numbing interview with kill Seliger state Senator out of Amarillo, and we're gonna play it for you. Now right here on the other side of Texas. On the phone with us is state Senator kill Seliger out of Amarillo Senator you've been at the center of a lot of attention and state politics over the past few days. How are you? Great. Thank you. How are you doing doing? Well, so here's the hullaballoo that you got taken off higher education as chair the in the Lieutenant governor's new appointments that you were on education, natural resources finance. Now. You're the chair of agriculture you're on the committee for health and human services nominations veteran affairs was this a slight to kill Seliger from the Lieutenant governor. I think it was the way it was intended. And because I didn't vote for everything that was one of his priorities in the eighty two pleasure Slater my outing. You mean what? Well to if he's thirty priorities which win. Public school vouchers pan. The. Revenue camps for local taxing entities on a tax. It doesn't affect state of Texas. It only affects school districts in cities. And so but. If there was a slide intended. I don't think it was successful because I will chair the agriculture committee and agriculture is absolutely essential to the Texas economy. And this is the most productive part of the state agriculturally. And so we're going to do some really good things in the committee is is I told you earlier I'm having to Austin today. Even though tomorrow is is a national holiday. We're gonna get together them office a little while and making plans to have strong agricultural sets another legislature as we've ever had. We are prerecording on Sunday heading into Monday when this will air kill soldier kind enough to take some time here. Why the slight kill? I I don't understand what the Lieutenant governor's thinking is. And let me just cue that up by saying that I crunch the numbers. Lieutenant governor won his race his general election by some would say just four hundred thousand one hundred twenty five votes out your district Senate thirty one which is kind of a dumb bell that runs. The what twenty five counties up in the panhandle comes down the New Mexico line and takes in the swath of the basin. He netted eighty seven almost eighty seven thousand votes there. So one would say a quarter of nearly a quarter of what he needed to win came out of your district in if this is slight then it's he's applied that slight to your district where higher education is a pretty big deal. Where education is definitely a huge deal public education. What do you make of it being more about the district being slided than kill Selander in why the slight in the first place? If you're the Lieutenant governor in you need the votes out here. Oh, he can talk about. Excuse me, his motivations as the second ranking Republican these committees, which I think we're really good strong committees were important district into the state. And and I think that we were doing a good job. But nowadays, kind of is I told people this is a warning to other Republicans did if you stray from Lieutenant governor's agenda there will be a price to pay. And I always said that. But the other Republicans do now to this is an interesting time because one of the reasons I won my primary without a runoff was because of local government officials and educators who've had about enough. Of the slides that they get from Republicans in the state with vouchers. It would take money out of public education and things like that. And I was one of only two Republicans who voted against that. I was the only Republican who voted for the principles of local control their disturbs me about the Republican party as a whole largely this is driven by empower Texans down in Austin. And I have a suspicion that they had some suggestions to make on that committee assignments, and and unquestionably. Their requests come before. Mine to me how you found out did the Lieutenant governor call you in or did you just find it when it was posted? The secretary of the Senate sent emails to all of us. I had gotten a call from some lady who works for the Lieutenant governor while I was in a meeting earlier. But the I saw was from the Email from the secretary. You know was the lady Sherri Sylvester. Yeah. She says this Kelsey cylinder. If Senator Salvdor. This is Emma pled offs piece in the texture Byun. If Senator Seliger believes serving as chair of agriculture committee at critical committee for west, Texas and all of rural Texas is beneath him. He should let us know in the Lieutenant governor will appoint someone else that Sherri, Sylvester a little snide in those comments. What would you say to her? With extremely side. It really unbecoming for a member of of the staff. Ten governors or my staff, I didn't say anything of the sort. And that is her Shen is is in disingenuous, and I have a recommendation from his Silvester and her lips and my back in. That's that's pretty that's cleaned up. Isn't that? Yeah. That's pretty clean for radio. Appreciate thank you cleaning up for radio. This would be thinking. Other responses you always do kill solar. We appreciate it. But if Lieutenant governor Dan Patrick believes, the panhandle a critical component of his reelection as beneath him he should've let loaders known. That it was beneath him instead of running those dome. Damn TV ads ad nauseam in the panhandle where he needed it is that you feel about my comment back to miss Silvester. Well, if it's the they're not related events that his consultants work for one of of my opponents, and he will most certainly come to this district. Most certainly the Permian basin to raise money when people Midland call me and say, you know, that senior persons cherry on the the finance deal is is important to everybody and certainly everybody in in the district. We have some real transportation problems in the Permian basin. But that's the way politics go Jay after the end of of the last session. This didn't come as a complete surprise. I wasn't sitting there the other day in shock disappointment. Maybe but not shock. You know, how many higher education? How many components pirates -cation or in your district in Senate thirty one? Well, there's seven community colleges into universities, those being west Texas, saying them and and university of Texas Permian basin. I do an awful lot of things with with people in constituents at Texas Tech because of its size and importance in in the fact that he's becoming more and more prominent in the state in the nation in it needs to be nurtured. You know, you do. I mean, there's an old myth that. Bob Duncan when he was chancellor had a caught in your office. Yeah. Just in case he needed it. While he was down there. No doubt that you've done a lot. And do a lot for Texas Tech university. Tell me. Me. And there's so many things I wanna get into here kill, but. Tell me this is what I hear. I was telling Austin a week or two ago. People call you a free agent that you're going to just lineup vote. The way that you wanna vote, and it may be. With the dims on public education in in tax caps. Or maybe. Whatever other legislation comes up. I find that a little bit problematic because it's not like you were all the sudden a free agent. I think free agencies what got you into the situation in the first place. You're right. Tell us about free agency in kill Seliger. I'm a conservative Republican. And that's what my gender is going to look like I am not so sort of of drone. I'm not owned by empower Texans. And I don't sit around pay close attention to their score court. Like, so many of my Republican colleagues, and I won't I will vote my district and public education estate has got to have somebody on the Republican side about I'll to stand up for the five point eight million kids in our public schools one point five one point six million people in in higher education. Somebody's got to try to set the tone besides empower Texans who are clearly not supportive of public education at all. Lieutenant governor I went through and I looked at percentages, which the Lieutenant governor one governor one in you one in November. Now, you didn't have democratic opponent, which I think speaks to the panhandle down into the basin that there wasn't an opponent. You did have libertarian opponent. What do you make of the Lieutenant governor running some eight points behind the governor in your district? The way I look at it is if the government got mostly Republican votes. I don't think there's a lot of crossover or things like that. It means that they're bunch of Republicans who did not vote down the ballot for Lieutenant governor and some other Republicans. And and I think a lot of those were educators. That's what educators tell me, and I represent all apart of eighty or ninety school districts. Local government officials are genuinely put out and we're some of my strongest supporters as you know, those folks don't exist the vacuum. They may not be many of them, but they talked to people, and and tell them what some of these measures are like. Okay. And whether they like. Well, let me give you an example and a four percent revenue camp. And we all need to do things to talk about property tax. I'm working on it too. But in Parma county north of Lubbock then four percent cap revenue camp they could afford to give county plays a three percent raise. And then if a patrol car went into a ditch or they need roadway painter, they couldn't do it without an election. And if they lose the election that people Parma townie will just go without. And this is always been my thing on the tax caps. Kill cylinder with us here. Other side at Texas. I'm I'm okay. I think I'm okay with the cap, politically speaking principally. I'm not okay with it. But if Republicans will vow that they will disavow people who come from outside the district whenever these quote free and fair elections are held for these rate for these tax caps. Then so long as they keep their word. I'm okay with it. I think that you could see a situation in agains county or Randall county or a Swisher county when outside interests you've mentioned empower Texans come in. And they tried to rig those elections in make the election about something that it's not it's not about patrol car going into unit. It's not about a it's not about a trial that the county has to pay for. It's about something else. Well. There's a couple of points here. It's easy for us to do in the legislature because we get no property tax. It'll goes to cities a few counties get some property tax college districts hospital districts things like that doesn't affects the legislature at all. So if we cut cities in school districts off doesn't hurt people it the other thing is. That people who live in Finney's counties and school districts all over the state can cut their taxes tomorrow. The your county commission can cut the tax rate in the half tomorrow. But they haven't and the voters in Lubbock county. And then random county have insisted that you haven't heard of a race around the state where somebody said, I'm gonna cut your taxes in half in the city of Lubbock vote for me that would be very kept compelling to the voters, but the voters are not insisting on it. And this is local taxes or local issues. If if United States America US congress wanted to limit a revenues and areas like seven stacks the way, which I think is an unfair tax the way that that that the Republicans legislature won't let him limit local tax making thirty. We would go nuts. Those of us who aren't already up. Yeah. Kill SOGA with us here on the program. Some would call you the low man on the totem pole right now. Others would see you. As the swing vote in the Senate right now, lots of talk whenever the Lieutenant governor missed the first the opening day of session was in DC. Did he let you know that he was going to be in DC or did you just show up? And he wasn't there. Out of let some members. No, I knew when we went into meat is a caucus of the whole Senate to talk about the schedule and things like that. I knew about I don't know ten o'clock in the morning. Yeah. So that morning, you know. You know? Insider Nelson did a great job of presiding and we got to the agenda from show. It didn't make any difference. I think it's odd to the point of unprecedented. But that's okay. The Lieutenant governor does what he thinks needs to be done, and we can run the business at the Senate. You know, did he run against you in that election? Is that the way you look at it kill cylinder that his Allen blakemore when his top lieutenants rain against you in that campaign with Victor, Leo. Do you see that election that you one without a run off as you've versus Dan Patrick? Lieutenant governor got involved in some races, including races opposing incumbents. He told me he was gonna get involved in my race. And so far it's anybody has seen. He did not get involved in the rights. Now, did he help raise money or something like that? And I don't know. But he did what he told me. He was going to do. So he kept his hands off of it is what you're saying close as we can tell you so q all that up to say, this there are those lots of people inside the beltway who observed Texas politics who see this. If Dan Patrick were somehow nominated by President Trump to some capacity in DC, you would become the presiding officer of the Senate in the irony of that is that some would see you as low man on the Republican totem pole in the Senate right now, but you could become presiding officer. If he is elected, you would just need a handful of Republicans, certainly the Democrats go along with it. You could become the third most powerful member of legislature all of a sudden. We have a president pro town centre Watson from Austin and we've done governor's office. He would preside until another presiding officer were elected everything else is just conjecture and speculation. Governor said he governor said he's not going anywhere. Yeah. Well, I've never been beyond conjecture and speculation Senator. And he also said he wasn't going to run against the governor do ours. Yeah. Well, closing thoughts for those close to home right now who are listening. What do you want them to know about your vision for this session in your role in the session? My education to my district into the things are important district are absolutely undiminished this next week. I'll be talking to cotton growers week growers milk producers cattle feeders and things like that. And see what can we logically do that the state is stronger in support of agriculture in may than it is today in January? And four listeners. Tell me kill soldier do you in the Lieutenant governor have regular conversation. What is that relationship like? It is polite is is we're obligated to do. And I and I think from day to day they have professional. Is that because you keep it professional or because he does. No, it's it's when we see one another we say Hello. And we'll see we'll see what happens as we get into this session. And I have bills that are ready to go on and tenth, and I request certain bills be sent to the committee. And and we'll just see how I'm treated the members. Don't treat the Lieutenant governor with governor treats the members, and so we'll see what happens. And so you've question can't be answered right now are are like I say or anywhere since or plight and business like are you surprised that you garnered so much attention kill cylinder. Oh, you know since since last session when voted against a link to his thirty party, which by the way is like a nine eighty one batting average people have been saying that something like this was going to happen and have been watching to see how it happened, and what would into and things like that. So I think I know certainly for all committees because he wants to know where everybody's gonna fall in in his going some particular mount of of attention. I'm uncomfortable with too much attention. You think it's been too much because you've been the focus your the story after the first week of the session. Well, yeah, I guess I am. And it's a point to talk about this. Because I think it has to do with the way people around the state and there's around the state of represented, but I think it's the district is more important than on him. And you don't belie- because people will say enough of head interviews on the show before that the agriculture committee is purgatory that federal legislation federal bills federal law draws agriculture. That agriculture committee is purgatory on the on the state level. You don't believe that? It's true that that government federal government policy Reagan ever closer is so important in. So I don't deny the stature. But all those agricultural, you know, how many ever closer parks grown in Washington DC. Almost none. The girl in here. None along those in the store. Yeah. This is where policy goes into the ground ended agriculture transportation and research things like veterinary schools in veterinary science, and so it's very important to the state into this district. What did you make of the this be my last question to you? What did you think of the house putting up Texas Tech's fully what they ask for seventeen million three hundred fifty thousand dollars in the Senate just coming back with four point one seven million? Four point one seven is a continuation of the budget from twenty seventeen the important thing. Jay is to get it in the budget, and it's say lying item in the budget. And it's very very early in the session and Texas Tech has a lot of admirers, really. And when you talk to people the only reason not to support expect better Neri school is because Texas saying and their efforts an exhortation not to. Well. I'm hoping that we can sort of neutralize it. And I've got a lot of help certainly from the three guys up in the panhandle. But most certainly Charles Parry and doesn't boroughs in John. You. You know? Okay. Well, that's where we're going to leave it for now kill soldier the motoring. Treat him in Texas politics right now. Well, I've been telling people there for a long time, but not we're able to justification. Kill soldier have a great week. We pre sheets you making time. Thank you for having me on Jay there. It is that exclusive with kill cylinder gonna get him. With Matt dough trae break some of that down met do tree of Lubbock avalanche journal fame is in studio. We're going to break that down and get into a little bit of local politics here in eight o six stay right where you are right here on the other side of Texas. Overtake ac- not been chill off your phone got food. On the diga Silmi made you sail. The surgery and for something they stay up here about again. Manny. Sta day in studio with us. Now, we have the one in only met trae Lubbock avalanche journal covering local politics all politics there. Right. Okay. Good to see you too. Thanks for coming out your initial take away. You just listen to the interview with kill Seliger. Your thoughts. He seemed he didn't seem as upset as I thought. He would he seemed cordial. And he said he knew it was coming. Do you think do you think that's the case? I think he did K. I think he was expecting the worst in the best all same, Tom. Yeah. Well, he said another Republican has to take the reins for education. So anyone come to mind specifically? No. Because if you look west of thirty five north of I twenty nine another Republican on their on the education committee. I don't I don't know who that would be right, right. I well Republicans in the house. That's where it would come from. Yeah. Not in the Senate. Yeah. Yeah. So tell us what you've been looking over what you've been reporting on is we zoom in. Into Lubbock in things that have got your fancy right now, though. Right. Well, today, most of my day to day was spent with congressman airing ten so I appreciate you. My heads have been in the in class. My head has been in the clouds federal government today. So thinking, thanks for taking me back down to bring you back. Luke, right, right. You know, really at the city council level at the county Commissioner level new year. Everyone's just kind of getting their ducks in a row, really the city council still this has been kind of the city council of planning. So we have that their affair plan this comprehensive plan Tuesday tomorrow, they're going to talk about the water plan. So a lotta pointing moving forward from the city level at the county Commissioner level, it's really. They're talking about roads big road projects, which is something that bond on a bond. Can you love it county? And a bind are words that I have not. Talked about until this past week. So we head judge Curtis perish on the show. You didn't laid it out. This was two weeks ago. Right. He began the layout. What was the bond package? What would become a bond, Pat for roads all over Lubbock county? And this is something the county has this is the first time the county has got has put together a comprehensive thoroughfare master-plan. Of course, Woodrow road is. To whenever he was in studio trae he was talking about because all the hullaballoo in Lubbock right now is about Woodrow rove state highway. And what do you do about that in? I think the numbers I looked at a couple years ago seventeen million dollars to do that road. Well, it seems to me like what the play is going to be is to get Woodrow road done. You're going to do some roads in idol out in shell water in up on the Lubbock county side of Abernethy ah to get everybody on board with the way. It was kind of described to me is that they want to have these projects in place. And that's what the new Commission Commissioner Jason corley told me is that even if even if they receive for the bond. Yeah. But. Right. Privately fun. But but he kind of couple that by saying we don't necessarily need to spend that money. Now, we we don't need we just need 'cause they wanna pursue state dollars. They want to pursue federal dollars in the way to do that. Is you need to be kind of tat least get on the list of priorities. So they believe that. You know, citizens approving this bond and not necessarily than capitalizing off of it. But just kind of having it employs shows that the county's serious, and then the county is willing to put up the this this match be at twenty percent be at fifty percent, whatever they want to pursue which gives matching the county. Would they want the county? No, the county would match kind of like M P O dollars is really what they're going for federal what you mean by NPR, the metropolitan planning organization N P O. Yes, sir knows me which is just kind of this collective. Board that really deals with federal transportation dollars. Okay. So I don't know. But in for listeners Woodrow road is out in front of Lubbock Cooper high school with his the third fastest growing school district in Texas right now. I didn't know I didn't know that. I mean, no prob. I believe it will. That's just what I've heard. Yeah. Yeah. Don't quote me. But that's what I've heard right. Okay. So the county. Coming up with the bond run out of the gate in the new election. Right. And we're still in January. Right. So they were just sworn in. They've they've had one official kind of me. They've had one official a major a major upheaval in. We're already talking about a bond packet. And if they want to put it on the may ballot they need to do they need to vote to do. So by mid February. You think they're going to do that. And put it up in may. All signs based on the interviews. I got with every Commissioner and the judge after this past meeting. I would say, yes, they seemed all in favor of it. I guess there could be a hiccup. I don't really know. February mid-february is extremely fast as you talked about I could see someone getting cold feet. I don't know. So yes, they want to pursue this bond is it as soon as this upcoming election in may. I don't know. Sounds like it's going to be on. That's word. Man, though trillion Sudi, oh, you're gonna hang out with us going in the next segment you, sir. We're going to catch this quickey break here on the other side stick with us back about two minutes. Yeah. You like that new bumper music in thank new sling for that. Brought to you own. Mitt do trae the Lubbock avalanche journal in studio with us met dough trays. So what's going on? We talked about county level. And all of a sudden, we're all into bonds on the county level expecting that to come up. And may I'm saying it, you weren't I'm saying I think they want that Bonn for roads on in may what else is going on locally like at the city level. Is there anything that's even risk as even PG thirteen. Oh, man. There's always something at the city level. What I'm hearing. Now. I mean, no, not really, I guess the city council hasn't really been in the news. You know a couple of weeks. I all is seem now to be on this legislative session. I think the the council has some priorities will ever year that the the recycling the abandoned recycling center on off near I twenty seven with burn down shingles? You know, I think they're going to be fighting again Ingles. And tar all it to see if smoldering up by the air, right? Some help cleaning it up. I mean, that's something that I'm sure we'll be talking about in the future. Something that I need to pursue is something. I'm always looking at his downtown development. I. I think I think something that could come up relatively soon. It is that hotel project over there by the Civic Center, kind of that Overton. Similar to what they did for the Overton hotel new hotel. Right. I I still know this kind of pursuing that. I'm sure we'll be a topic of discussion gets me about the city is that I've stopped criticizing sitting hall and. Tried to be a good citizen locally trying to do that regionally statewide. But. You know, there's this big play to sign up for a city board. Right. Yeah. Like all this hoopla before Christmas right around writer, and so I go on the day and try to sign up, and guess what? I put in only information in its internal glitch and says, you know, the back later and you call and you're like, oh, it's Martin Luther King day. You can't talk to them today. Right. Yeah. Maybe you didn't get the message. Jay, maybe you're on maybe around this. Down. Like, what are we doing? You. Maybe you're on the do not a pointless in your name. Just guide me I've already been on the city board. So I don't even understand why I'm signing up again number one number two. So tell me how that works. So when you sign up for a board. Do you sign up for a specific you check off what you want that board Miami gone far enough in the process. But I think that you sign up for what you want. And I just assume that it's going to be like a time full were what do you want in? Then you go from. There was just just what we just what was happening or what has happened with the Senator. I'm sure there's just kind of like a hierarchy of committees. Just because I hear I've heard from people who aspire to be on these really ambitious local committees. And then maybe they ruffle the wrong feathers. And you know, they put you think ruffled in so therefore out. No, I'm not saying that. But I'm saying, you know. May maybe they'll I'm trying to think of just kind of like, a smaller committee the junk junk vehicle committee. Maybe as where you'll you'll get a place on it. Can you get on the committee? That'd be frowned upon. Right. Right. Yeah. I would never pursue that conflict of interest. Absolutely. And I'm on the radio. So I can do whatever. I. And right columns. So right. It's like, okay. Guys on committee. I think it'd be good on committee. Sure. Okay. What up so your bosses, you said that okay? Matt though tree with us in studios, we closed down the program here. What you've been thinking about what are you gonna get into here? Yeah. So I guess the past few I've wrote in a couple of pieces yesterday's paper had the story about annexation to city's kinda taken a break on. Right. Right. Right. The weekend before that it was about Airbnb fees. You know, whether or not the city should regulate them just kind of some think pieces lately, and what were your thoughts on forced on not four saying accessions, but on regulating Airbnb, he's I sympathize for I'm not a homeowner truth be told, but I sympathize for the homeowners at don't see how you can cannot the person I talked to said it's like a hotel move next door to him. So I sympathize I know they're having a water problems. There was at really good story in Texas monthly this past issue about did you read that about the bachelorette parties in Austin, and it kind of tied into Airbnb in how it's it. It just kind of taking over neighborhoods. Now, I'm not saying that's happening in in Lubbock. But I mean, we're we're a college town. You would kind of you would figure that this is the atmosphere. You know, we go to Colorado, and we'll stay in little towns in Colorado in the summers with the kiddo. Right. And there's a lot of Hillary's in right now about how it's driving making houses so expensive because the value gets driven up so much 'cause it's rented out every weekend. I'm sure I'm sure. Yeah. That's real good point. But you're you're like the ideal you and your families the ideal Airbnb customer. No. But we don't year in terms of neighbors. Okay. I'm just talking with people around town because I'm that kind of door that I just go into town. Like, hey, what kind of issues are bothering? He's going to start off the other. So the Colorado. But go in and talk with well, you know, something's really grinding my gears that our house housing prices are getting so far out the root, right? Yeah. I would imagine. It's an issue in every what do they say? Well, Welby has the seventh highest to it's the seventh tourist destination in Texas. That's true or not. But you would imagine that this is an issue in every kind of town that's able to draw visitors especially the hanger hats on for sure. Yeah. I wonder what it is after the tech lost a couple. But who knows I did we did Phil? What are we going to? Do. We end to win the big twelve now. Of course. You think we're going to win it? I think we're definitely still in play. I think that somebody's got our whole card, man. Our offense will get going. Pretty rough at him dough trae AJ, that's where you follow along on Twitter. Once she put you real picture in your in your profile pic, you don't like the cans Danja pictures, the Georgia to standings. Needs to be used live. Preset you saying that others disagree. Thanks for saying that your mom and dad probably agree with him. I don't think my mom and dad know it Twitter is but all right. Well, appreciate you coming out. I hope this won't be the last time. Of course, not now anytime more regular except on Tuesdays. Why did they move city council that you? Is there argue or not argument? But what they just said Thursday's were busy Thursdays where a busy day. Be it just junior high football, maybe Thursday night football. You know, in terms of I guess PTA meetings may be I don't know. They just said that Thursday's wondering day. That's I just say that. Yeah. That third they felt like they weren't getting the not the crowd. They felt like people can go to the meetings on Thursdays like they could any other day of the week. So tomorrow is the first Tuesday. We'll see how that goes a bit earlier. I think I think now it's at four thirty and said, oh, I see. Yeah. But public comments are still going to be later. I should have brought the I didn't bring the comic laughter five. I think so I think I I think public comments are still at five fifteen but something happens before then I should have brought I didn't know. But we'll see how it goes. Yeah. Thanks. You did good. Good radio. God. Oh trae. Maybe change profession. I feel like I mumble. But I appreciate that unbel- mumble. Oh mumble. I thought you said unbel- without the aid, which I thought that was maybe thing. Hey, four our friend met though, tree and for state Senator kill cylinder. Jay, west, Texas, Leeson guy to get home gonna get home. Great family. And below average dinner below average because my wife's in Phoenix in its daddies. In charge frozen pizza night. It's going we're going to heat up a deserter. No. That were not a work waiting for me there at the house with Graham Graham until next time ray-ban buddies Ravon met, thanks for coming out. But thank you. Thank you. Appreciate you being here. We'll see you next dish in right here. Other side of Texas. It's.

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Episode #40: August 14th, 2020: Week That Was In Energy

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Episode #40: August 14th, 2020: Week That Was In Energy

"The. In on everybody three, sixty digital value here I am your. Wanted Michael. Joined our week look back podcast episode number forty holy smokes. We're now officially a Middle Age man here on August Fourteenth Two thousand twenty. As always, I'm joined by executive Bruce with the show purveyor, the show and the director approach of the world's greatest website. Oil and gas. Stewart who who's just down the street from me. Denver how you doing? It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood here in Denver. It is. I saw you. A little inside baseball students work set-up today you WanNa talk about cords and screens people you'd be jealous. You Be Jealous. That's out of my my I got a mobile lab, the heads exactly. What is your the Walter White of mobile labs setups? and. Awesome as we have a great show for you live, we're GonNa whip around the oil patches bunch of different stories I. Just WanNa touch on what checking in the levels check in. 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Over the past week we just haven't been able to to release them yet. We. Are. Smoking We've got some big big hitters We've had some we got even bigger hitters lined up inside baseball big hitters. So it'll be we'll be bringing you some podcasts and be dropping them right after sometime ended next week we got the conference, the oil and gas conference coming up his honestly been taking pretty much a lot of our time. So it's been good. Know, we don't want to bore you to death Amer-. You know last show Stewart we did a little half episode joked with everybody it was only GonNa five but we five or ten minutes twenty we did. The earnings call for the PODCAST. Though. We we held a quarter to earnings call non gap subscribers net subscribers nine point two million good quarter for us. It was a good quarter for us. You. Know what non gap means don't you? I do. Enlighten me It means you anything you want. Exactly. So that's how we ended up with nine million subscribers. It's how Rob Peterson Senior Vice President of oxy is able to say in his earnings call listen to this this this I read their earnings call. This is not just killing a is additionally we have occurred Bob One, hundred, million, one, hundred, fifty, million acquisition transition costs, and then he literally has the they literally have the wherewithal to say this to quote our commitment to Capitol Discipline and liquidity and preservation was evident as we exited. With the same cash balance as we reported for April thirtieth. Are. You know. I think he's on the ticket to run for politicians. Exactly I think he's aiming for he's he's aiming for an ambassadorship. He's aiming for the Department of Energy that. What do you were our commitment to capitol discipline outside of the fact that we're thirty five, billion dollars in debt and I was the one that signed off on a thirty five billion dollar increase. narda outside of that yeah. We still have ten bucks in our account and we didn't spend any last month so. I mean that's what he said. Yeah I know I'm I know we're thirty, five billion in debt but I had twenty bucks in my account last month and guess what do I didn't spend it so can you give you credit for that? Please please please can you be credit please please please can get credit no, we're not giving you credit for not even your credit for that. So that was one thing you know not to dive Tutti oxy but they had the earnings call this week in that was just one of the things that it just killed me but you know I think that they can pull it around the corner and I think that they do have some things coming so. I don't know I think the. I don't know. I think they have great. I think they have good resources, I? Think they have great. I mean if you look their income statement. I hate looking at an income statement but. I mean, they don't even have. My my thing with oxy is they only have six billion. Or eight billion in total assets eight billion in total assets compared to thirty five, billion debt. At that ratio is not we're we're GonNa talk about Chenier later Stu, they have thirty, five billion in debt but they have about thirty, four billion in assets that if they needed to, they could sell off to liquidate this debt. That's my problem with ox you're only making. Two and a half I mean to give you an idea you're making at your peak you're making four and a half billion quarter. Okay. So four times four is. Sixteen Billion Enough that there's not enough to go round what were some of their purchases for? What they did last year to buy them some things. What do you mean? Didn't they make. Last. Year they bought in Darko Yeah. There are some fabulous fabulous properties and ended Arco there are but it's okay. So like yours, that's great but you can overpay for anything you can overpay for the best property in the world. That's I just don't think there's enough cash to go rocked I trust me I used to live on sloughs working startup like it was slim dollar bills, Slim Dollar Beers. I was talking I probably have given I bank Colorado over thousand dollars in just low withdrawal fees dip and under zero Poe Amac I. This Balance Sheet looks like my early days early days. Bank account is a lot of credit card debt and there's not enough income I. I loved rock. It's something that's bad rock. It's not that I don't like the people. I think they're presenting the oil and gas. conference. oxy's. Yes, Billy. I know they're not. They're not presenting no I like I like oxy I think Vicky Hall. One of my, you know Tissue Schuler who do that read? It that reading the segment to I totally skipped over her read but Magoo tissue is really close with Vicky and really admires her and I think she. I think it's awesome that that that. They should be presenting so that are consulting division could help them. Exactly why? Because I. To be honest consulting is. The consulting is is not much through at thirty, five, billion in debt and get this they're losing seventy they lost seventy six voting kills me they. So they they took out ten billion in cash to. Cause remember it's a fifty seven, billion dollar bill for Anadarko. Wolf Okay fifty-seven bills thirty-five of that was debt. The. Other. Ten. was cash from Warren Buffett the rest was paid out in working. Okay. So get this they. Oh they. Oh, berkshire-hathaway if you break it down per quarter about eight, hundred, million now I, don't know what the maturity dates are on that I could go look them up but I don't I don't know if it's eight hundred, million a quarter but sort of works out to me I think it was eight year maturity plan. So if you just divide ten billion by sixteen quarters, that's what you get. You know what I mean. Again. Free cash flows to. Free cash was especially because now. So you not only do. warned berkshire-hathaway money. But then you take out interest rate swaps on those senior notes and you lose another seventy, six million on them this year. So I mean, that's what kills me. You know what I mean. Not, only are you paying? At you're you're paying senior notes on debt. To Berkshire Hathaway but then you're losing interest rate swaps on them. So they a call ages gauge on the phone, they help you out with this. Ages is good. Good. I tell you this is nothing against oxy it just I don't. I'm literally looking at this cash flow statements to the numbers just don't worked. There was don't add up. Even, take even if you take out their asset impairment charge and depreciation depreciation and amortization because those are two things that are tax write offs you take off all of the tax things. So they still. LOST MONEY LAST QUARTER There are good people over there. Does it mean anything I'm a great person and I almost went bankrupt once you know what I mean like it. Person I don't know if the numbers workout and I don't think they're going to go bankrupt I personally think someone's going to buy them because like you said, they have great rock they have good people someone with a lot of money is going to come in and figure out a way to report I. that's what. I. I think you are dead on right Statements. Thing I think the super majors one of them they can afford. They can do this and I don't know if it would be. An acquisition I think it'd be more of a merger I don't think you're going to see an APP. You're going to see one of these super majors out I by 'cause you can't I mean there's still have A. Large market happening mean they're still doing to. Three billion in revenue a year. So according you're still doing twelve bills and revenue a year you can't. That's still that's a good number to have. That's revenue you can. You can bank home so. And what are they always say you know I don't know what what is the multiplier for for oil and gas emanates on Edna what what are you? What are we normally see? This is from Andrew Dittmer said this in his energy expert interview and I'm forgetting it was like. I think that I too right I think. Two or three. Taxes ten like if you do like the. Pure technology like a ten so. Guys what we're talking about we're talking about. So student, I if we had a lot of money, we go acquire companies how you value what a company is is a lot of times you take eva, which is earnings before interest taxes, Blah Blah, blah blah, and there's a multiplier on that which basically multiply that number by whatever, and that's what the I guess. The overall would be the value of what you would ideally want to do and different industries have different. Multiplies Technology it's ten times evident because technologies are super scale them think about it's pretty easy to roll out a saas platform and scale that because they're takes less people trust me and consulting his heart because you get another project guess what you need another person to work on it. It's hard to get to an equilibrium level where you have enough from, but stack is easy to scale. So that's why they get ten oil and gas what is it like two three? It's a two or three, but you and I have laughed about e Banak and because covid has allowed companies to write off so much money in Q. to the formula has changed and I can't figure that for me out right now because nothing is predictable in the oil and gas industry right now so that he that two to three that we talked about on that podcast. Good information. But I have no idea what the EIB ADAK earnings before taxes amateurs, and after imitation and covert. I don't know. If mean the prediction moan. It's you know I think someone's going GonNa Choir Occidental and who's got the money to do that it's a super major and I don't think these super majors are going to go outright by think it's GonNa be just a merger I think it's going to be about I mean think about Exxon Mobil next t o I mean I think that is a great. Yes. I would say. Part or a great case study today it's probably what it's. oxy's probably not going to have a different name. Probably GonNA keep oxy's the same name to keep everything the same other than just start having a consolidated balance sheet because that's what you look at. When you do ExxonMobil's earnings actually IOS or included in that. When we look at Chenier, we're going to go through at some point you're already for minutes into this thing every moved onto items are on this list, but we're GONNA get to Chenier Stu. They've got like forty five subsidiaries and that's where it really gets interesting so. All in all I think when you look at oxy to of wrap oxy's earning statement on. Great company I just the numbers don't look the numbers don't seem to add up to me start looking at this cash flow statement. This looks like my bank account. Startup knife. which. was. which was if this bottom of the screen is zero, I'm like this. Amiss if you can see so it's bad. So Another company that released earnings. This week was parsley. Honestly. Considering. They're dropping revenue from. You know they do about five hundred million. You know a quarter in revenue they dropped a hundred and eighty, seven million. This quarter only ended up losing about seventy five million, which is a testament to just being able to stay. Now, they also lost two hundred and eighty million on derivatives. So there's your three way calls coming back to bite you in the boot. Yeah. So that doesn't hurt but you know I think partially gets they've been the butt of my joke for a little bit mostly because of the three way callers and that's all. My that's partly why two hundred, eighty, million on a quarter wonder why? Anyway could be the butt end ear joke you I'm a I'm a walking target three youths. That's fair. I I tend to find. That's fair enough. But. Yeah. So Parsley just. Over revenues of two, hundred and twenty million down from about. Two hundred twenty nine sorry that was oil sales hundred and eighty seven million total revenues two, hundred, twenty, million compared to about five, hundred, million in. That running. They run about two, hundred, ninety, five, million. Of expenses per quarter, they are able to drop that. Twenty percent. From quarter to quarter so. Yeah, I mean. It. Is Not as bad as I think it's not as bad as oxy's give that much the numbers work. The lesson from partially. Don't do three way callers you can get yourself into costly collars. All you have to do is pay contract feet who's ever executing these traits with all age all ages because charge you a little deeper contract. You get it because that's what HAPP-. Collar you sell it. You you buy if you sell a ceiling and you buy and you buy a floor. It might be flipping you buy a ceiling, you sell a floor. The premiums, the moment you sell the more, you buy the ceiling guess what you're in the money, which means you make cash. So that offsets the premium from your floor hence costly collar guys all these guys. All Aegis is gonNA charge a little contract fee. Lou Feed execute the trade. It's we're GONNA do and you're not gonNA. Be Make losing two hundred and eighty million in a quarter. A. What we call this earning before taxes and after amateurs ation and I'm not as bad as oxy. There you go. That's not bad well to add in Lawson derivatives just because that's why it's my favorite guy. Let's favorite line item to look at because. Trading is near dear to my heart so I always like to look at how they're doing and. Go to oxy I actually. No I. One of my roommates, his dad was a natural gas trader for oxy. They didn't have a great traders at oxy did not have a great quarter. where. Was it? Where was it? Where was it? Where was it? Here we go. Here we go. This is what happens. You try to find stuff live on the pod. Where was I? Literally saw it was they lost a little bit. Derivatives, trading derivatives trading. I can't find it. Now I look like an idiot. He's there isn't on this statement. How can you look like an idiot on a pug get I'm just kidding. This is great. This is. Great content for people just scrolling through a ten K. trying to find the number. Well, point is I don't think they had a great. They're trying to they're trying to tell me they have a operating cash flow. They're oxy's trying to tell us they have operating cash of one point six, billion he. For the six months ending twenty twenty. Yeah. Ye. Yeah. Okay good wine good wine. That's like my wife trying to go shopping. Yeah, exactly. That's like me saying I make. A few if you if you don't include rent utilities food. Yeah. I'm probably I probably make six figures. It's bad anywhere close what I was trying to find it. It kills me point is I know someone who trades natural gas over great people. Don't look good. Those are really the two big earnings things I wanted to. I wanted to go over. The other story that I thought was interesting. This we talked about it on. Wednesdays Closing Bell we skip yesterday's closing felt I just I. Woke up this morning felt bad man we look at two hundred day street going and we just cap us we're going to have to at least get a closing bell in today. But. We I think we ran this brookefield buying blackstone stay at Chenier energy partners. That was a when I dropped Wednesday talking about acquisitions mergers I'd asked assures. So Brookefield is an asset management company actually up a publicly. Traded company Bam I wonder if this is Dale so that they haven't s pack I don't think it's their specific ice pack, but they're negotiating with blackstone group. Friend of ENTERCOM, WHO's a private equity firm to acquire? It's forty one point two percent stake in Chenier energy partners to position is worth an estimated seven point eight, billion off than. We I, and so I think there's a couple of interesting things. This I. I. Think. It's clear natural gas infrastructure. and. Because energy partners is not senior energy by the way I, think that's a big thing that when I I read this, you know, and this is not what I I, I, guess. I knew Chenier energy energy partners were different but I think people could get that confused. This is not ship energy. This is sheer energy partners. WHO's a subsidiary of share Shamir owns the other forty eight there's like forty eight. I have they own forty, nine point eight percent or like I. Think they're a just a very minimal minority partner like forty eight point percent and there's a forty one percent or I think blackstone owns the other half or whatever. But they're selling about forty one percent only dropping down. So what is your energy partners? Well, they operate liquefied natural gas export terminal in Louisiana, the Gulf of Mexico. Well, that makes sense guys what a, what is it natural gas infrastructure? If 'cause 'cause what guys it's like? I'm going to start calling midstream pipelines like bitcoins because you can't get new bitcoins. I don't think we're going to have new pipelines to I think I think there is a finite supply of of pipelines I don't think you're gonNA see anymore and if you've got Your your your goal your say your up the creek with a couple of paddles in a motor. I'm going to throw a little futures edge it because you can put hydrogen in a natural gas pipeline I think that infrastructure for natural gas pipelines is some. Futures. You nailed it. There is no more by the way it will help support renewable energy. So Holy Cow Batman, man, you gotTa to strike. To hit right there. Yeah I mean I'm I'm I'M You. Can you see why I'm begging Chenier? Well let's dive into it 'cause. You're talking you're talking about companies. You should. We're talking Chenier is different. So let's go and because this is what I think is interesting. So let's let's talk about the legal structure of Chenier Energy, the parent company. Chenier. Energy Inc.. Has One hundred percent working interest in Chenier Ellen g terminals and Chenier Marketing LLC and its subsidiaries both private companies owned by Chenier. Energy. Chenier energy trades under the ticker symbol L G. They have limited partnership. With a forty, eight point six percent working interest in Chenier energy partners l P. trading under the table seek U. P.. The other forty, nine point, four percent held by blackstone group with a two percent interest held by other stockholders. So there you go. So chenier energy owns forty eight percent of senior energy partners and so when you want to look at. How this deal looks like you have to look at shittier injury or seek Q.. Peas. Income Statement. So of course I did that don't worry. I did that don't worry I pulled it up. So. Let's look at the difference. So let's go to that. I pull up Shamir's here we go she near energy. So this is the parent company. Parent company does about and we ran this on the closing bell. What do they do? Let's see here. Cash flow statement. Here we go. Two point two, billion in revenue two, point, four, billion in revenue. What does she your energy partners do? Chenier energy partners does one point four of that. because. Because it's a subsidiary, you could consolidate cash flow statement. So it's all different types of that two point four billion that includes. So what's forty eight percent? What's half of that? Seven hundred fifty million it's a nice cool. Seven, hundred, fifty million. So, there you go. That's when you talk about revenue seven, hundred, fifty, million, go round and so. Seven, hundred fifty million quarterly revenue. What's what are they saying? Let's see your cash flow from operations balance-sheet. What are they saying is? Because I think this is six x two did math is a six X multiplier because at seven point eight billion. I thought that was one billion. It's like a seven, six, seven multiply when I did the math unbelievable. Unbelievable. So or excuse me I think I'm doing my math wrong because this is only forty nine percent point is. Seven Point, eight, billion for four. So their value in energy partners at about fourteen billion. Which is Seven point eight, percent forty, eight percent of that energy, which is the big boy company. So just interesting I would go look at your energy partners or Chenier energy excuse me INC trading are the tickets to. Go take a look at their abbreviated legal entity structure. It's on their ten q while a lot of stuff like I didn't even know they own they own the saving pass liquefication center but that's all under chenier energy partners they own. Yeah it's pretty intense. Interest that You know why set up that way? Taxes, I'm sure. and. Also, there's a couple of other reasons. That's a whole nother pug. Yeah, and this is not, I'm not this their experts that handle this I just find it very interesting. You have to you have to understand what the working interest in what the interested. So you can read a cash flow statement figure woods. So yeah, I don't know why you set this up I'm sure there's some I'm sure sheer energies based out of the Bahamas somewhere and they're saving a boatload of cash on. On taxes because I'm trying to do the same I'm trying to set my entity up in the Bahamas some island in the Pacific whereas zero they actually pay me to set up my business there. You're Meyer, going on a road trip. We are, and we're an a boat and go somewhere not seen anybody for two weeks. I'm not taking I'm not taking zoom call for the next two weeks. Once this conference is over, you want us to call me directly or you don't get hold of me. No I'm about to go staple head the carpet. Don't just at least wait till the. least wait till the conferences over the interesting dropped today. Are Not today this week, southwestern energy company and montage resources of entered into a merger agreement. On an all stock transaction basically needs. If you're southwestern energy stockholder, you're getting diluted sorry montage resources you get about one point shares of southwestern. Which is actually pretty good deal I Love the press release highlights hundred million free cat of annual free cash flow really have looked at montage resources, income state or cash casual it look that good. It don't look at it. Don't look back. Good. So. Interesting. Now again. I'm sure it was non gap beginning twenty twenty one based on Kurt Strip pricing current, and that's probably SEC strip pricing, which is like fifty six bucks. So just wait till the s because this is what will be interesting next year, the oil and everyone's to and math. Sorry. This has been bothering. We've been seeing all these presentations. Everybody's doing all of their math of SEC strip pricing, which is fifty six bucks right now right? I get that that. Okay. That's what you need. That's what you use. When you book reserves but I'm not a book a reserve. I'm trying to figure out how much your company should be worth. Don't tell me oil fifty, six bucks I can look at the price right here. We, the amazing skin cannot figure out what the is coming around the corner now, nobody can't sell. Point is at the current strip that's the actual strip and not my sec strip because the next time I see that I will staple my the carpet great I. Get it. If I was making one, hundred, thousand dollars a year. I would be able pay my rent on time I totally agree with that. But. I'm not. Just kidding. I'm paying my rent on time to my landlord. Get you read this. Don't worry. I'll kitchen your head this month. Southwestern stock take like five and a half percent. But that's actually because you're getting diluted. That's exactly what should happen. So I actually thought it should take a little more I didn't think this was terribly great deal for southwestern shareholder especially because you're getting diluted but. I think when you look at the preferred side of of where a lot of their preferred debt for no holders are they probably made keeping your common stockholder you Kinda got. The, they took away your paddles while you're trying to. Swim Up River so it'll be interesting to see. How this plays out. Recounts did drop this morning or in the week. Excuse me drop this morning. They'll drop later today but because because we we love in various and we little access to their data. We a little start oil gas breaks up three, two, hundred, eighty eight, and what's great is oil focus rigs above two hundred for the first time. In a hot and he was like four or five months, which was really really good. gas required up to eighty eight recounts in the DJ. The. Marshalls were each flat scoop stack was down. Texas Permian. Basin was down. But Eagle I had one rig. I'd one rig increased at ten. So that's what's interesting. Rigs are up by two, but none of the main place. So you see what you see where it is is the only the Hanes Ville added to Rick's. So. You know dining means gas gas gas. Yeah. He's good people. Know a lot of good people crude oil output fell ten point seven, million barrels down another three hundred thousand barrels we're dipping low I was expecting. A lot of this is because you know drilling isn't coming back. But. I. This is this is a little over the number than I thought especially because there's a lot of people cheating on their their. Their production cuts we saw him in the ten QS. Came Out August eleventh revises twenty, twenty, four cast who Who would have guessed that for US oil production Levin Point two, six million. Barrels per day. So I mean they're seeing. Their seeing this is becoming the new normal I don't know. I. Think. I think we'll see twelve before not too long but that's just me I'm GonNa very interesting to see how much. Get depends depends how much comes back we sat through a couple of really interesting interviews yesterday that the air at the oil and gas comments you know there are some companies that are a little more bullish on oil production than others. So I I think it'd be very interesting tune in and see that. Crude stocks had themselves a really really good a good week. There's a drum which was made the US golf coach, which was really good but commercial crematories dipped by four point five, million barrels under five hundred thirteen only putting them about five fifteen percent above their five-year average with who is really good Atlantic coast inventories, which is the key is when you're talking about crony viruses, east coast Matata, their downs, but a million barrels which was really. Really good to see midwestern crew socks cushing Ashley jumped a little bit but we're so we've now sort of gotten away from that issue. It's Kinda funny everyone was talking about a new contracts do where did that go man that's like net neutrality remember net neutrality was here everyone who going to pay ten bucks to tweet and it went away and was worried about our we need to change the Nymex contract and now I have heard crickets. that. You and I were GonNa Laugh about that that was one of those laws and it's not that I necessarily it's that I did not think of that before but it just kind of funny that the news cycle it's like everyone was hot on that I we did a whole show on that these new. Show on the the remember the SNP, the new ones that like the platts Gulf coast so lack the. And I think in theory, they have some great ideas. Implementation is tough and possible if you allow own opinion. I have is I know how to tie a shoe you think anybody else is going to tie a shoe differently in the world. Yes? Skiing now, I know I don't think so I completely I completely get it Yeah, I mean really that crude oil production numbers to at ten point seven million that gets me a little bit. Last thing that happened you know because we gotta stick with the ES G theme on the PODCAST Phillips Sixty six is taking their largest California refinery student flipping it to produce renewable fuels. It's going to be the world's largest renewable energies. Fuels facility expected to be online in two, thousand, twenty, four, the San Marino Santamaria in Rodeo carbon plants are the ones are going to get shot in hundred twenty. Thousand Barrels a day in Rodeo California. Fuels. I. I. would like to see some of our clients that actually can go and measure the co two outputs before and then after because I do not believe that the renewable output in co two in manufacturing will be any different. it won't. It won't. And they're already skirting around Phillips Sixty. Six knows that gave because here's what they say they're producing. Six hundred eighty million gallons of renewable diesel gasoline and sustainable jet fuel. What does that even mean renewable gasoline? What does that mean? What does noble gasoline? Ethanol. But ethanol like eighty percent gasoline. You see where I'm going no I'm just telling you like they're telling you in the article. Yeah we're. We're just GONNA throw a little corn in there and probably have some like they probably just GonNa have some carbon capture and their tons of corn. Good for you Greg Garland Phillips Sixty six zero. We, see you though. He had a friend that was doing one hundred percent renewable diesel. He was going around town pulling. All the FRYER VAT. From restaurants and everytime he got in his truck, he smell like McDonald's French fries. Now that's renewable. That's a truck I would drive bats one car I would drive every time I, turn it on I can smell some hot crispy salted McDonald's fries. Yeah. You could convince me to do that. As we said Green is green is going the expect they expect strong returns to the sale of high value products while lowering the plants operating costs. But. Why do you WanNa know why they think they're gonNA make money off this. Subsidies. Proust's renewable gasoline eligible for one dollar a gallon EPA blenders tax credit BTC and adding in the value of California's low carbon fuel standard correct curly pressure on hundred and fifty dollar gives. One hundred and ninety five dollars per metric ton. It gives the renewable diesel, a significant premium regularly and this legitimately nothing different I mean we're just subsidizing Phillips Sixty six to go make more. That's what the federal government is doing right now that's what they're telling you in these article. And it's hard to imagine. But Phillips Sixty six uses that in their marketing as we are green. Green and we're so smart. No, you're not. You're you're smart but. Just. The fact that why why, how, why do we have? A blenders tax credit. A dollar. K.. If you WANNA drive their mind. skype I get the idea of subsidies subsidies work. And the oil and gas industry not to you know we're gonNA play both sides is a recipient of hundreds of billions in. Subsidies and tax credits every year as much as solar and not as much as win. Well, yes and they are more on the tax side of things. This is not we're not necessarily giving. We're not give it a thought. We're not the US covers not paying a dollar for every gallon oil produced that sounds so happening. Hey, it's our taxpayer money. Yeah. No I mean. It's Of course, it's in California because they're getting an extra they're getting extra subsidy on top of that at least there are at least goose in the Californians. That's fine with me. I lived there for nine months. I. Couldn't out of there quicker. Few Times that I've been to Venice beach. I couldn't live there. Haight Ashbury home. I was down at Huntington and who stu not that fun they do I will say they do call Huntington Beach, the redneck capital of California. So it was a little little little loose remember the riots because of the map of all the M- the Basque policy in California and House hunting to I remember the news. It looks for millionaires I used to run their every day. That's that's the peer. Were you running like Arnold Schwarzenegger in the running man where they are. I would actually not run down by the beach because I didn't want to be that. That person. If I ran down by the beach, it was like before the sun came up. I. You know I was not that guy on the beach run and trust me those people annoy me not annoy you just make me laugh shirt off glistening sweat down them. It's like. Bro Like you're only running a mile and a half like I get it. Yeah, but you run in this water. I do that's I've I've grown with a shirt on regardless. Because the when the world don't need to see the sweater Bring with that. It's going to finish up in dive into the levels of oil. This segment is sponsored by friends adamant eighteen energy. I should have done this read getting the podcast, but we do it now. They're really solving the question what is social risk for the energy sector, and if you work for oil and Gas Company through executive in an oil and gas company, it's really not just community opposition all of your products everything from the success from the divest fossil fuels move to all this investor engagement around your ESPN programs. All these states sittings wildly ambitious decarbonisation. Agendas really honestly, it seems like Sosa risk seems like it's everywhere and it's multiplying like zombies and that's why your company needs a strategic partner to help assess prepare all of this social risk and had it. 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Forty to fifty was the high for the week. price action was fairly Bolivia shish not I'm sorry. No forty three, fifty was last week high week forty to seventy five price action was fairly flat and that's what we call the beginning of the beginning of the week. If you listen to my my my episode thirty nine and a half. I was kind of fairly neutral on oil. I think there's a couple good levels forty, one, thirty, six, forty, one, eighty, seven, point control being forty, two, twenty, five think those are big levels. Look at you know I think if you're looking if you're bullish getting in at forty, one, eighty, seven, forty, one, thirty six is a good idea if you're looking to short. I think we're GONNA see forty, three ish. Some point of if we can crack forty, we crack forty to seventy. They were going to run a little bit and see forty fifty. The problem is I don't think we could be a nice little Catholic. To run a couple channel shorts I, think forty to fifty. Got Forty to fifty forty to seventy s a good entrance point As we mentioned. In part a segment one crude oil inventories. Low a little bit of that actually caused a real bullish run in crude oil API. Drops. As you remember the API Petroleum Institute. Drops their drops their forecast to thirty mountain standard time Tuesday and at eight thirty. Wednesday Mountain Standard Time you get the actually report. So sometimes, you see a little afternoon spurt on Tuesday depending on what the forecast is here and there so. On that sort of ran oil up and then kind of over the last two days at sort of tumble. Everyone's just gearing up for the oil and Gas Conference do markets just want to stay flat and we'll. We'll probably start seeing some more action come into next week. All the analysts are GONNA be watching. It will be watching interview come great interview yesterday. Shout out to. Dave Anderson over Barclays I. Tapped, into the oilfield services market as I wish I was and to be completely honest with you. I was I was blown away I was blown away. I thought it was I thought it was great presentation it was just really fascinated. How these you know when you talk about how analysts Yeah. It's awesome. Really. How about the one from the partner rice debt yesterday as well too. That was that was good. That was good. That was good. It was really gets on I just got a notification on my computer. I thought it was bombed out a storage here so. All right guys. There was an article by Reuters that dig dug into a lot of stuff that's going over high crush. So I know everyone's read that it doesn't look good sounds like a CEO do. Not. In that petits Mulan, fun to work at high crush. If you're an executive you got you got paid, but we'll dive into that on this weekend. Week look back or we had podcast for you guys will probably cut it Sunday because Monday. We're not cutting in Monday morning I'll tell you that much do. So we'll probably for Sunday we'll talk high crush. We'll kind of dive into that article a because I wanted to talk about it. Ran Out of time and is kind of reading through it, there's just a lot to dig into and. Some things I agree with that you can blame you can blame him for some things I don't do I think it's a hit piece. No, do I think Reuters might have an ax to grind with high crush. There are bankrupt. Oilfield services provider kick them other down. It's easy to you. It's it's easy to throw punches at a commodity now. Does that excuse some of the fiscal irresponsibility that was having absolutely not so we will cover it from both. As we always do here on the three, sixty digital closing bell with that the to let you guys get back to work. Thank you for checking us out here on the world's greatest website and podcast oil and gas to be sixty DOT COM. We will see you guys. Monday for the week ahead podcast. please. 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Joe Biden Finally Responds to Tara Reade Accusation | Guest Russ Skousen | 5/1/20

Pat Gray Unleashed

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Joe Biden Finally Responds to Tara Reade Accusation | Guest Russ Skousen | 5/1/20

"Great is here on the please radio network on Friday. Good Debbie with us. Thanks for being here. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three also at pat unleashed on twitter today. Show sponsored by express. Vpn protect your data from prying eyes at Express VPN dot com slash unleashed joined by Jeffey today continues to shelter in place and continues to be locked down half to new law. It's the law the law. It's this long actually Actually wrapping up. I mean we're here you know must be the law. No no no. We're not breaking in fact. I like I mentioned yesterday. I'm going to a restaurant tomorrow. I mean sorry tonight when I meet you there living dangerously. You're going to be there. No okay good no. He's not checking. Do Go to the grocery store. I have not gone in quite some time really and got absolutely anyway. I you know. Have you gone anywhere though? Done anything not really no. You just stayed home. Go outside and walk around the House. Okay is it is perfect joying it. There was a story a few weeks ago about the average. American in certainly. This doesn't apply to you because there's nothing average about your television washing. The average American is binging eight hours a day with you. I'm guessing it's more like sixteen or eighteen in these sleep and then you get up and you start the cycle over again. Is that do I have been fairly accurately more than eight kids? More than your sixteen sixteen is probably too much but with eight sixteen is probably about right. Some wiggle room in there is probably too much Just days it depends. It depends on if I'm if I finish if I finished a series. I'm watching finishes up season and you know you might take a break for A little bit ten minutes and twelve some food. Grab some more food right. You're out of snacks. Start the next season over. So what what do you? What have you watched during this time? This is difficult time. We're we're all in this together you know. We're all in it together. What have we watched together apart? I've watched really I went through quimby. A BUNCH IS I. Get The free ninety days for he I got the free thirty days for showtime so on finally binging the six or seven seasons of right Donovan that the world tell me I needed to watch that for a long time and they were right regularly and I don't know but watching some Amazon originals back and watch the the one zero zero zero which was tremendous system. You know about the drug shipment and drug lords stuff good stuff. Great stuff and then there was What's that what's that show you like Ozark Heavy Fish Dad. Oh please longtime ago. Yes really good this season of that. That was what my gosh all the way down to watch that again after life after life with Ricky. Reyes was great. Whatever whatever's new and hot and then I get them all stuff that I really liked from time to time and of course you watch the Tiger Tiger King thing out. I went through Tiger King. I went through all of barking plus the extra episode that they that they did at the end. That was that I felt like that was forced on me though. World was watching Tiger King and I felt like I had to watch it. 'cause yeah the second episode. I was like okay. It just made me feel icky it was just kind of the Knick I I didn't like it I got it alum the ads in your math on your ranch in Oklahoma right right and you're a polygamous homosexual okay and then there's polygamous heterosexuals on the show to There's there's murder. People are killing each other or at least trying to kill each other hoping to kill each other. I got it okay. You're all do sh- bags a got it. I mean how many Douche bags do I need in my life on mytalk right screen end the good thing about a lot of the real you know the show except it Israel. I Love Your Burger King region. Right exactly Jimmy knows how he slip that in there. How many Douche bags do I need in my life on television? Because he's got pluralist in real life. I don't need more on TV. That's exactly right. Thank you for catching no. I was not again. My goodness gully all right so Laws are going to open up. I'm excited Simon. Balls or good. Oh Yeah you can get back to. Your walking regimen everyday talked about going to restaurants but I mean Simon Malls is going to open back up. And that's a wonderful thing to be able to go to the mall. One of the things that I saw in their story with them although that was so strange to me as as occupancy for these malls are going to be capped at one person per fifty square feet. And they're going to do that with the help of traffic. Measurement technologies are regards. Wait a minute. Is that one person in the mall for every fifty square feet. They've already been complicating that with the help of Amazon seriously. No one goes to the mall anyhow. Well you'RE GONNA if you ask for it they're gonNA give you a free mask and a few a free temperature check in hand sanitizing product so you get some free stuff while you're there okay. I can't remember the last time I went to a mall and either that's a long time. I cannot really have time. B. had been. Oh my gosh longtime. Yeah there's just too. I think the last time I went to a mall I went into one store that was attached to a mall but I never went into the mall a long time. Give me an interesting To see first of all people go back to malls and then if they do for how long is it just a novelty? 'cause something's open and you're GONNA go see. Oh that's right there are mall still aren't there. Maybe we'll go back and see what one looks like. And then we're GONNA check out the restaurants just to see what they look like his. I've almost forgotten those as well. I mean win did you. When did you last sit down to a meal it I mean? How old were you in early March? I I can't even remember. I'm not sure I was born in early. March WHEN MERCY. Another lifetime ago does does by the way. Experts are stunned that there aren't piles of dead bodies in Wisconsin right now because of the they held the vote and they actually had people go to the polls and they thought. Okay Wisconsin. You're going to have a spike like you can't believe in corona virus cases and didn't come and I think there are actually her how I think Democrats are actually hurt. Their feelings are hurt. That a lot of people didn't get the virus indict. There aren't feeling pictures of what could have happened. What could have happened? Well it it didn't and that's kind of what some experts are saying. We should just be living life right now and kind of let the chips fall where they may cause way. More people have this than you're giving credit for and that means that There are a lot of people who are not affected by it. Or very very mildly affected by it and the death rate goes down by factors of ten or one hundred when you look at the overall picture of this thing. There's actually an ER doctor in New York City. Now who's saying look we gotTA GET BACK TO WORK? Because we've already we've seen the spike we've we've we've been through the worst of it or kind of going out the other side and now it's time to get back to work. This guy's name is Daniel Murphy. Dr Daniel Murphy. Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine adds Saint Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx and he says first of all the curve is flattening. He says the wave has crested at one. Pm. On April seventh cove in nineteen arrival slowed down. It was a discreet noticeable event. He said stretchers became available by five and the number of arriving covert one thousand. Nine patients dropped below the number discharged transferred or deceased. This was striking because the community. I serve as poor. Some are homeless most working essential low paying jobs. Where distancing isn't easy nevertheless? The wave passed over US peaked and subsided the way this transpired tells me the ebb and flow had more to do with the natural course of the outbreak than it did with the lockdown Number two he says non Calvin care has plummeted and that's a bad thing that means our patients in this diverse low income community are afraid to to the Er for Non Kovic Care Yup Number Three Kovin fear is over amplified inordinate fears misguide the public response. He said twelve in one thousand nine is serious. Fear of it is being over amplified. The public needs to understand that the vast majority of infected people do quite well number four cove. It is more prevalent than we know which we just talked about Murphy said that more people have content contracted cove in nineteen that have tested positive for the virus. That's due to the fact. Significant number of patients are symptomatic. Many New Yorkers already have cove in nineteen infection whether they're aware of it or not as of today over forty three percent of those tested positive in the Bronx were developing a significant degree of natural herd immunity. Distancing works but I'm skeptical that it's playing as predominant role as many think so he said it's time to get back to to business here that we're we're doing pretty well and even in New York City. This thing is starting to sorry to subside. So yeah I mean look they all say the the salon owner in Dallas. That is having the fight. Now and I mean they are battling back and forth for her to even just open her salon and their papers in Dallas talk about her chancing irreparable injury to to the locals wall irreparable injury. What about the people that work there and have need to earn a living? Yeah Braga's that's the irreparable damage. Yes there's going to be irreparable damage done to our country if we if we don't do something like I dunno now like right now like we're doing in Texas in fact today as Keith is pointed out restaurants are opening up and you can go inside right or is it just the understanding. I'm sitting outside to hot. So that's the difference. Though we we say Texas we should be clear. Dallas's nuts dallas is crazy with their locked down and everything. I'm going out west. That's where I'm talking about having to go to a meeting you there. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not threatening to go. GotTa find that back home for some of the cookies. I mean there's no way west. We can meet at the restaurant. There's always get there. We can mail you some though. We can mail it back home to so do that. That can be arranged. Okay all right. What was it again? It's a scrumptious cookie. Yeah DOT COM com. Yep that's what it was again scrumptious. Cookie DOT COM cookies scrumptious. Cookies taken if you can believe it so wait when when I place an order. Yeah there's only one of the cookie is going to be scrumptious that I order one at a time. Or How do we do that? She should order. Yeah we'll just send them out to you individually figure out which one scrumptious said so. You should do think that'll work really well for you coming in the mail so just get one a day to look forward to. That's actually good idea. Posted wasn't so ridiculous. It'd be like a cookie day club. Some of those cookies are like a dessert meal. This will be enough for you. You'll be hungry for awhile about that. Comment yes Jeffey could put that to the test. That's for sure all right since it is a fun frivolous Friday for the most part Let's we and we had a request for this. Got Got a tweet. Here from Pastor Sambergen. Hey Pat heads. I don't know about you but I really WanNa hear the Turtle Song on this Friday for this Friday. You know the you know the one. He's talking about the yes straws. In Days I see Straw. I voted in straws. Don't but the turtles do they done? It's a really good point and he sings it. Well that's nice turtles or so stupid testing. Why would you put you know? Let's say you do find a straw in the ocean. What are you doing jamming it in your nose? That's just it is stupid like you said and maybe the Turtles Board. I mean there's a lot to do out there but swim but that's not where they go. That's true I wear mouth turtle I'm not here to defend the turtles trying to think like good. Obviously they're not all right. Let me tell you about books. Maybe you can't give them a hug right now but you can send flowers from the boots company. Books Short for Bouquets Beal U. S. books are responsibly sourced from some of the world's finest eco-friendly farms. Even farms on sides of volcanoes so the Flower. Stay fresher longer you know. Flowers and plants have been proven to reduce stress in boost productivity. Kind of like like pets in that way. 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We just believed everybody who accused anybody. Well that's not the case now and Nancy was being asked about that yesterday. Here's what happened is a conservative Democrats. Where the and yet standing by fighting but they're using a different standard with cavanaugh on whenever similar allegations on him. A say a respect. Your question and I don't need a lecture or speech. I can't take this every single time. She's challenged which isn't often by the way but every time she is challenged she goes into this elitist. How dare you question me mode I? That is so pathetic it is so wrong. Yeah Yeah Yeah you do. Need to be lectured. Because you're an absolute hypocrite. She's dimmed splitting. That's what she's trying to do here. You know if trump handles it this way. He gets beaten with shovels metaphorically and almost literally for the next two weeks of non-stop coverage on CNN. All right let's see the rest of this. Let me just say a suspect? Your question and I don't need a lecture. Here's the thing. I have complete respect for me too movement. I have four daughters so you don't sign daughters respect for it around the idea that women will be heard by the way is that a mask or mass also due process and the good. Is it doing her? She got it down around her neck. Joe Biden positive for the Joe. Joe Biden bread. Kavanagh's bread cabinet. What are you talking about? Joe Biden? His Job Yeah. He's a Douche bag. So yeah we should be asking questions of him and you because you're supporting him and you're not even you're not even asking about whether terror read was molested or not all right. Let's see the rest of the fact. That Joe Biden is Joe Biden. We've been statements from his campaign or not his campaign but his former employees who ran his offices in the rest that there was never any record of this. There was never any record and nobody ever came forward or nobody. King Clip came forward to say something from the principle involved. I am so proud that happiest day for me. This week was to support Joe Biden for president of the United States. Here's a person of great integrity a great concern for the American people authored. The Violence Act When he was the chair of the Judiciary Committee has all rain. Since then. And I believe that He will be a rate president of the United States He is the personification of hope against okay. I've heard of I can't even stand. Look at her. I cannot stand to look at her. What does she had the mask on her face though? That wouldn't help because as long as the voices still coming out of her mouth. Just it's unbearable muffled or not. It doesn't matter it's unbearable. And would he bring mask for just to show that you have when you own one doesn't Moron? And they weren't social distancing ever just start to finish. These people are just despicable i. it's hard to take. It really is hard. Okay. Let's do the penguin thing because we want something frivolous for the dude drunk or what? He's been around and there it is. There's the penguin top and around. I mean that's that's a frightening video if there ever is one lockdowns over. Who sent this to me? This is me when the lockdown is over. Just bounce it around guys. Get out my space man. What are you doing? Animal is on something and then the WHO's ever filming. It just ran out of patience. Battery died from their phones. Can't do it anymore. All right some good news to we have something new from Alex Jones which gosh kind of accent is good news. Yeah yeah this is great news. Have you seen this yet? Jeffy the new Alex Jones Hungry Alex Jones. Let's see all right. Let's he'll admit it. I will eat my neighbors. My superpowers honest. I've extrapolated this out and I won't have to for years. I got food stuff. I'm literally neighbors now going. I ready to hang them up. Got Them and scan them and CIA. You know what I'm reading. My daughters are death. Plaza buzzes. That's unbelievable if that's serious really looking at its neighbors wondering which ones he's going to eat. I got years of food and stuff extrapolated this out. This guy is just sick sick. He's your you have to know your neighbors but I mean if you just go outside and look around is that would maybe that yeah. I need that that I'm not sure what you're looking for. Any human as far as the taste gives her right. Thank you in time out. If you are in Jeffries neighborhood okay. Just no no where he lives know where he's at at all times because he has precedents eating things and so you're already You're already on that list but Good Luck Jeffries neighborhood. Are I listen to the good times? Know what I'm reading. My daughter's aren't starving to death. No Hollywood abors. My superpower is being honest I will I super self-sufficiency Eat Miami. Kind of the point is roast could fix the human. Think about having my neighbors. You think like sizing up my neighbor hauling and top his ass up taught. My children aren't going hungry. Minar I will eat your ass global snow I will eat your S I. That is just nice. Oh great yeah I mean that's what it was great. That was the word I'd take you Jeffey for the health dare superpower like you like you said. Jeffy is being honest. The Gorge said but go ahead. That isn't what the courts the clerk at all but you keep tell us that is super power is being honest. It's weird than that. He lied about what he said about. Sandy Hook over and over and over again. Even though it was recorded for everyone to hear that he did call it a hoax. It's strange that a superpower didn't kick in there. It is his neighbors of file. Something there I mean. That's Dave I know I mean think about it. A global pandemic. There's a food shortage and my neighbor. Just announced on International TV. That he wants to eat my ass in quotes. I mean there's there's gotta be something there as far as the police reporters Upton seriously. Wow that is a good question though. You asked Pat Rania size up. Break feeding human being. I know what to look for you know in a steak. You like marveling. If that's the case you're looking at Jeffey right you're look. He's got a lot of marveling. Think little younger yes thank you yes. I would think you'd be tough and grisly don't want You don't want it. Don't too much marveling onto my car and you want to be sure that there's a no drugs right so yeah right and what it. All natural and organic neighbor. Yes organic ones but those are thin. You want somebody. That's a little. Maybe just something that just started organic so they still have a little so hold on a second hold on a second. This is the fact that like Stewart. Who works here? He's a vegetarian is he. So he's got grain fed right so probably top of the chain as far as neighbors. Who's GonNa get eaten like that? It'd be like that beef that you find at the at the upscale markets where it's been grass-fed and it's all natural and there is no no hormones or any of that stuff in it better. Yeah so he might be good eating so if it comes to that everybody know that stupor gear would be good. Yeah go for him. I I would up on a chain globalist to know that I thought this was crying was a superpower because to feel wealthy like yeah. I now her scare folks. We gotta we gotTa get good people to stand up against these people. probably shouldn't have done this radio show today already. Have this disgusted for how I just hate the globalist. But it's more than that and it is very get flip lindor because deep down closely. What they're doing and responsibility you. Can She stop these globalist and I want to eat it? Where are the men in this country? The head man. We just offer our children up to the system with the GMO. Are Berg. File government. Cowley just got such a sick society where people are sizing up their neighbors to decide whether or not they should eat them. Yeah six -ociety my friend right right. Yeah we'll do it. I will get your ass. I wanted to Globalist Cohen for you. I okay all righty. So was that that must have been in the context of a the food shortage. The meat shortage experienced yet in Texas. And I hope we don't but it but remember though as Alex just told us I got years of food and stuff. So he's ready. I mean we don't have to worry. Your your neighbors are safe. Alex for what next few years later? Yeah he's he's he's keeping yet he still looking at you as food for some reason. What a freak. God so weird so really I should. I should let everybody know. I got rid of all my food along time ago. Yeah Yeah you used to have food. Dropped it in the same place as my gun. Were you going in this boat where you had guns forgetting I think are just going to go fishing and just relax out there in the middle of your food. You plan ahead is going to be a day on the way you never know when his storm's GonNa come up and you'll be trapped out there so wow that'd be prepared and you got burned for planning ahead. Really did to him because there was food. Wait a minute now. It's all gone. Does that mean that? Now you're saying that means I'm going to starve to death metal. This is Pat. Gray unleashed nine hundred. Thirty three ninety three and it pat unleashed on twitter. Yesterday there was a story that broke about The prison situation in the covy nineteen pandemic. That's sweeping apparently sixty percent of prisoners in federal prison have coveted nineteen. Yeah which is why. Attorney General Bar a month or two ago said okay if they're low risk prisoners but high risk for you know they've got other health issues and they're not a real threat for violence. Let him go. Will they started that process and then stopped it. Pretty suddenly and So a friend of mine has a son in law who's in a federal prison and he is very high risk he's got several preexisting conditions and the viruses sweeping through the prison. He's in So his wife is trying desperately. She's written to me Glen Senator Mike Lee. Trying desperately to get anybody to help in whatever way they can. So we're going to talk to his lawyer in about an hour about that situation and and what can be done for him if anything Triple eight nine hundred thirty. Three ninety-three added PAT unleashed on twitter. We Got Petty Officer America. Tweeting that doctor in New York starting to make sense. What time are we burning him at this stage? Yeah Yeah you can't make sense in this environment. What are you doing economic intercourse therapist? I wonder did the Nancy. Pelosi mass come from the Glenn Beck Ascott Collection. It didn't look like that. It did look like that. Diem X. D. M. tweets. Wait until Alex Jones gets to. Last night's tacos. Okay what he's eating people's yeah. Okay something you have to take into consideration Tyler's Metaphor F- if Alex Jones superpower is being honest then Jeffey superpower is dieting. Chevy see that trying to figure that are yeah. It's it's a tough one we won't we won't we won't try to that one out. We'll just let that one way to really. Yeah so the. Nfl is weighing playing games on Saturday. If College football doesn't resume in fall now has the. Ncw said they're not resuming in the fall. I don't think they've been hinted that you're kind of stressing out about this. But I think you're looking at this wrong pet. I think the NFL is basically playing a game here with the NCAA said okay. Look we'll take your slot. Yeah we'll throw the gauntlet down. I'll say look you don't WanNa play on Saturdays. We will so I might help so forced the hand of the latest say. Let's go okay. I hope so again. Don't put anybody stand. Let's play the Games with empty stadiums. Just play the Games show monty. That's awful lot of money though. Holy cow it is the as a huge amount of money that they lose. I don't know how they have been more money if they don't have the television rhino. I know I just I just it's it's unfathomable the amount of money so these teams are going to lose. I don't know how they recover from it if they if they do the no crowd thing. Nebraska doesn't forfeit their home sellouts. No you can't you can't countdown. Not Don't think good so keep going up. Three hundred seventy five straight sellouts since one thousand nine hundred sixty two. I mean that's well we got left. But it's pretty that's a pretty good stat that is. That's a great stat. Well I wonder I wonder if after the first let's say they do that with one weekend. I opening weekend. No fans do the fans say. Let us in. We WanNA watch these games. We'll sit you know every other seat or whatever instead of sixty thousand thirty thousand in I mean. I think that might happen as well make. Yeah maybe you're GONNA WANNA go right. You're going to want to go see the team play. Yeah I'M GONNA WANNA watch it from my liver. Well I I usually am Do like watching it at home but I love you know if you have an opportunity to go. It's fun yeah it is. It's certainly good environment. Yeah Watch those highlights at you know. There's ninety thousand people at that stadium. I'll get back to those days. So here's a question for both of you. Gentlemen you guys have been around the idea of going to the Missouri. Byu Game on October. Tenth Your head right now with either of you go. Are you planning on it right now? Not Planning on it but go so so I would go. I'm a Kobe nineteen. Yeah I'd go Jeffrey Scott have to wear a mask. Maybe it hasn't been soothed. I mean just getting out of the house would be has betsy. That'd be fine. That'd be fun. 'cause I know it would be hard to be sitting behind you and right yeah great. Hey down in front of the has met so. I can't say I might do it now. Just for the heck of our triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three anyway the NFL wants Saturdays. If they don't yeah the while the majority of the week schedule would remain on Sundays. Along with Primetime. Monday and Thursday Games. I mean they week anyway. Some standalone games could be reset for Saturday. So then you got Monday Thursday Saturday Sunday. Wow what else do is the NFL going to take over. I guess Tuesday's They have Tuesdays and Wednesdays. They could still get your body's gotTa recovered a little bit right. Yeah yeah so I guess Amazon. Prime is going to broadcast the Thursday night games on. Nfl Thursdays lineup. Well right now they. They're one of the options. But I believe in twenty twenty one. They're going to be exclusive games. That are only on Amazon. Only on. Yeah that just broke as well while they'll start on all the following season and I don't know that it's going to be that many things. We think it will be Saturday. Ironically the end of the year those will only be available through streaming Amazon pretty big. It's very panther that that's that's a that had to go to hefty premium eaten. Because there's a lot of people without Amazon Prime Yup so that's a big move from the NFL. I'm going to find out how much Haha. Yeah A lot. I'm guessing a lot. Now Bob Costas was discussing sports with Anthony Anthony Fauci or it was just talking about five. Yeah so they they had him on an MS NBC or something. Tuck in sports. Are we going to get them back? And and do we have that yes. Let's let's let's see that Bob Costas. This is breaking the hearts of math and I include myself in that group. What do you think Falcons message I mean? Do you think the leagues are hearing this message. Well Dr Foul. She would be among the heartbroken because he is a very passionate and knowledgeable sports fan. I've heard him speak with particular detail about the baseball. He grew up following in the nineteen fifties. In New York basketball. He played in high school. He follows the NDA closely. So he's not dismissing this as something unimportant he recognizes that it's an important business and that also millions upon millions of Americans would welcome back their yearning for the diversion there yearning to follow their team's certainly. I am but DR FAO G as usual is saying something very reasonable incredible unless and until there's comprehensive and credible testing because you're going to have to frequently tests the participants not just the players but everyone surrounding even if they're on fans of the band's support personnel many more people than just the players involved. I'd have to be able to catch them foreign team them and can only take place when widespread testing to see his available to as the rushing goes everyone who needs it unwanted otherwise it's going to be a public relations if it's not jumping while Americans who are less favourably or still waiting point. I mean it's really really re on. Is it wrong to think that it feels like an insurmountable widespread enough and comprehensive enough? Who let the sport the sports teams go on? I mean what is your gut telling you on this going on in the background. All of their studio host now hikes background at least says that it's possible but at the same time all right. I think we've heard enough of rob but it's good to hear him. You know anger and something not gun-related. Yeah it is yeah. Everybody loves a foul. Everybody loves vouch. Everything is crap. Everything he says is Gospel Truth and credible and wonderful and reasonable. Brilliant Genius we. How could you not listen to this? Man He's sexy he's brilliant. He's dead right every single time. He opens his by that raspy warrants. So you know you can't you can't go against the Falcons you can't so thank you. Bobby thank you want my sports man. I know what is it with these sports announcers? We many of them are saying. We can't do it. We're not doing it. Who else was it. Wasn't there walking safety line though they wanna what we don't. WanNa harm the fans and the players off they want. They want to be able to sit at home and watch nothing but Netflix. Day and get paid for it. They're also as a rule democrats and all the Democrats want this to keep going. And it's it's madness. I guess we want people to die because we want to get back to our lives and we want the economy to start rolling again and we don't want people to lose their jobs because thirty million have in six weeks. And that's the thing about the costuming Kirk herbstreet. There are people sitting home right now. 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So wait a minute so Jeffrey when you were out to you light candles and like Senate ones around the room. But I'm not Britney Spears Britain you have you can quote me on that I Yeah I will I will you? Were Not Britney Spears. She was six months ago. I mean what's that? Follow not that. I follow Britney on Instagram or anything. But that's about the time she started Started thinking that she problems right. She was started down going downhill a little way a few months ago. So that kind of bodes into that right. I know that she said in her in her instagram post. I had a couple of candles burning and one thing led to another and burnt down. I mean my gym right now. I been in here for like six months because I burned my gym down. Unfortunately I had two candles in. Yeah one thing led to another and I burned it down. What to another? You burn down. What does that mean? You have to candles our just right right. Yeah you start putting candles around your home gym and pretty soon you know leads to another fires arrive and they said why does it smell like Gwyneth? Paltrow yeah right right and and then you tell them well officer. I had a couple of candles in my home gym. And one thing led to another and the fire almost spread to my indoor swimming pool and basketball courts and I it so thank you for getting here in time to House. A close one. She has a pretty Nice Pretty Nice place that she's guessing shows a pretty nice place even with the you know even with dad holding her money She does pretty well does come on. She's thirty eight years old. He doesn't hold her money anymore. That's the big fight as the big fight. He still has He's still got his fingers on a Lotta Cash. Outta here her because she's not really She's had some issues. I know that it was over that I thought she got better another pretty soon. She was never mind yeah. He's still he's still in charge. Jeffey crazy she's thirty eight. Come on a court. That's her argument. Yeah I'm with her on that I'm with her. She should be in control of her own money. I don't care how nutty she is. She should be in control of her own money. It's hers. She's a doll. She's Got Children Ryan touring the world that she's been married. Wow that's weird okay. That is just playing. That's just plain weird. Should we ask Cardinal Tobin about that because I think that's right that's right at all as you consults an attorney? I called up Cardinal. Tobin hotel work. That's all we all do right. We just we call. So we'RE GONNA Call Cardinal Joe Tobin and ask him about this Britney Spears situation because I don't think it's right and he made his answer. Maybe well Britney these to call me. He might he might say pat. It's none of your business to have. Britney call me and you know that and that's fair that's fair enough if that's if that's the way he wants to play it. I just I'm looking out for her. Best interest right now thank you just to. Mukund Futch tweets win. Will Dr Vouch e leave his post to sell facial cream? Yes you know what I hope very very soon because it would be. It would be a bright day for all of us please. Dr Pfau chief. There's so much money to be made in the facial cream industry man. No idea Called Cardinal Joe Tobin. Ask Him about it. He'll tell you know. Just do it because Joanna Gaines called Karnal Joe Tobin and asked him and he said yeah get into the facial cream business and that's when she left her show Dr Phil Life Call Cardinal Tobin as well. Yes she did. That really made me feel mad. I had it. Did it strained their marriage for a while but they got through it. Fortunately thanks to Cardinal Joe Tobin of course this is Pat Gray Friday got to get started at pat unleashed Maniere tweets That's why Alex Jones can't find the man he's eaten them. All makes sense makes sense where the men in my belly General Wuhan's Corona Pao Chicken. I can honestly say I have never no matter how angry I was ever told anyone I will eat your ass. Okay me neither. I don't think I have ever done that either. Pandemic giblets when it comes to cannibalism Jeffries. Mobilizing will not overcome his lack of movement to make him. More like veal. Dang it beat tweet. I don't know about football but NASCARS fixing the kick off with a vengeance in a couple of weeks with four cup races in eleven days. Gentlemen Start Your engines. Yeah not that excited about it but good. I'm glad somebody is green shoots Pat Ya. Yes Winston Smith you have see. We'll be holding three events in Jacksonville in May know audience. But we're beginning to get back to sports and Sir Nasty cost us. Be talking to Cardinal Joe Tobin about this five she has no real power only what tobin allows him to have a you have to know the hierarchy of power in this country you have to. Joplin Steve Tweets so close I know. It's not Cardinal Tobin but will you accept advice from Bishop Tobin No what no. Well maybe I don't know his bishop. Tobin tweeted out. Bishop Tobin tweet. Thomas Tobin did in fact tweet out now. This isn't Cardinal Tobin. Don't don't get carried. Let's not make that mistake here. This is bishop. Thomas told Tobin reopening. The economy isn't just about making money it's also about avoiding unemployment poverty hunger depression domestic violence and the dissolution of family life. A healthy economy is a social justice issue. Human life issue. I think we are going to listen to Bishop. Thomas Tobin I think we are yeah. Let's check on what he has to say on a regular basis also pat say. Jack is These people are aware but say Jack is a pretty funny guy. He's a funny guy. Conservative it cut funny conservative. Smart you know. He does more than spin a wheel and a ask content contestants if they want to buy a vowel Said please don't forget about us. He pleaded as the current of Irish shutdown of the US continued to force entertainment. Personalities to experience Life like people you know in a post poke fun at Inflated Inflated Celebrity Egos in entertainers dealing with the shutdown say. Jack tweeted adopted celebrity and urged. Police don't forget about us. I hope you understand how difficult this situation is for. Celebrities instead of being pampered flattered by everyone we are forced to sit in our homes just like regular people. Oh that's unconscionable lease forget about forget about us any kind. Words of support would be appreciate asdopted celebrity. As Dag adopt a celebrity early funny on Friday he mused about having to wear a face mask in public and that was preventing fans from recognizing him he said. No one was recognizing me when I went out wearing face masks had to resort to carrying an eight by ten glossy myself. That's a liberty hood can be challenged. You Say Jack. It's so great. It's really funny on Thursday. He feigns surprise that his job as a television game. Host isn't considered an essential services. Surprised to learn that selling vowels is not an essential jaw. Those are all really funny. Great Good so love pets. Ajax it's he's really funny Also from Yasser Phoenix he asked. How Green is this lettuce? How great is it and then right? Under the Barcode it tells US Lettuce Green as F- AF Lettuce Green yes. Well it can't be what that means right what it can't stand. What else could it possibly mean? I don't I don't know exactly what it means. American Food Lettuce Green American food. I don't know I don't know keep telling you also from Ratko just received this in an email from my credit union kind of ironic. I must wear a mask inside a bank. Hope they don't mistake me for a robber right. Effective may first per state of Illinois Guidance. No shoes no shirt no mask no service. I haven't seen the no shirt. No shoes no service sign for a long time. Those do not exist anymore. Right they do. There's another pet head pointed out and Jeffey take note. It didn't say you had to wear pants correct. Yeah good point which is probably you probably not wearing pants right now. Am I right? Jeffey Chevy correct threat. The words sit back and let the camera hold on. No no no no. That's right. You're talking the Mask Illinois. As of today right. That's did you see where the governor was you know? He was asked about his wife traveling to their Florida state and he just. He found his at a press conference. I bring that by the question reprehensible just another another great governor from Illinois Democratic Governor just absolutely agonize reprehensible about asking as you're asking about his family and his family. His family is amazing. He's incredible Democrat. Doesn't have to answer that question. That's correct can you imagine no one else can travel essential travel only? But don't be asking me about my wife going to our Florida home. Okay don't do it it's a referendum and they get away with it that's the current thing they get away with it. Try that on for size of its Greg Abbott a Republican Texas or you know Ted Cruz a US senator from Texas right if his wife was traveling to Florida Under these circumstances you'd think he'd get away with reprehensible question no they'd be talking about at the top of every hour on CNN and MSNBC agonizing rolling stones hit number one on itunes for the first time ever. Did you see that J. Again and we're now seriously they haven't had a number one. Hit The news on that they released do they haven't had a number one hit since. Start ME UP. In nineteen eighty one. Wow Wow indeed nineteen eighty one while I was playing Start me up on cake. Ud I in great falls. Montana has a twenty one year old just up and coming in the radio world and now the rolling stones all of these years almost forty years later they Hit the charts again. At number one is the song any good we know. What's it's called? Ghost town goes down. Yeah they've had scattershot singles since then but they've never had a chart topper. They never had a number one hit on I tunes which is relatively new. When did I start two thousand two thousand five somewhere in their two thousand ten? I don't know did I tuned start. Wouldn't have been two thousand additon after. Well he kind of the kind of developed it around the time that napster was really roll our I go. Yes yes no. Yeah Yeah started April twenty eighth two thousand three to the answer But the nearly sixty year old best rock and roll band in the world is number one with living in a ghost town. Single was dropped With Great Acclaim Song was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards couldn't be more timely but they wrote it I guess about a year ago it sounds like it was written for today because it's talking about the ghost and then when you see the video it shows all the empty cities holocast the country and uh he said in an interview that it wasn't written about today he went back they went back and they went back and changed it. You know he wrote some of it so it was more a more for today. That's that's like the strokes. New ALBUM came out a couple of weeks ago and I and everybody is talking about Zip right now. The name of the album is the new abnormal and I went to look to see they. Just come up with this title recently and apparently not but again it. Just kind of fits nicely. What we're facing okay. So the strokes new out to if you're seriously we're gonNA fight about this because Martin introduced me to this yesterday this album. I didn't know it was out there. listening to it yesterday. We seriously we're going to do this. You're GONNA listen it. I'M GONNA LISTEN TO THE ALBUM GONNA come back on here and you're GONNA go. Oh Man. That was great album. It's really good. Sure I will border. I will be something a little doubt in my mind. I can't wait. I'm going to give you twenty four hours a check it out and then it's going to be amazing when you and your account tweet a link to the full talking about how awesome it is. I'm pretty sure that will happen. Yeah I think I think in that In that interview that McCartney gave He mentioned that Not only were the Beatles. Better Band than The stones he talked about the strokes new album so wait did McCartney have an interview where he said that they were better than the stone. Yeah started they may not true and I think almost everybody would agree with that right. I WOULD. I mean yeah I mean Jagger kind of. That's PAT poll. Right now jaggard. Yeah he said Phil What was Hashtag get? Everybody said in the interview but he kind of you know was a political answer of. There's no argument or something like that. I can't remember what he said in the interview that he gave when it was Others obviously no competition. That's what it was. It's obvious there's obviously no competition. So how do you want me to word this pad poll? Which is your favorite of the two. Which is the more talented? How do you want me to word this? Which is the best rock band of all time? Which is the best Ruckman of these two of all time? What was funny thank you well? It's funny about The he said there's obviously no competition but then he went on to say that You know we're we're one of the great a touring bands of all time the Beatles. They don't even exist or alto and for a long time they haven't existed right D- years they. Have you started hearing right? We started touring in sixty nine and seventy now the big the big concert tours and they were no more. Well there's something to be said for the longevity of the stones that's for sure no doubt about I do Which is the best man of all time? The Beatles the rolling stones or someone else. You WanNa see what Boston then you would vote for someone off right strokes strokes albums really good man. Everybody knows the con El to go thing. Definitely the most underrated Vanimo time the canals on no question. No doubt anyone's mind on that Keith. No doubt hate you both triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three Texas Texas oilfields are being purchased by someone right now to the tune of one point. Three billion dollars by China by Chinese investment for shelling out one point three billion dollars to buy giant oilfields in Texas. Why would we allow this? That was yeah that news. Why would you allow it? That is in apparently federal government. Signed off on this. They're acquiring oil assets in the West Texas Permian Basin Basin that we're currently owned by tall city exploration and Plymouth Petroleum. The deal is part of a larger transaction between the between yon a Gin Chow and a second Chinese firm. No good good there so there's two Chinese firms involved in this. The purchase includes oilfields in the states. Howard borden counties which is already been approved by the Committee on foreign investment. That is insanity that is absolutely insane so they they manufacture all of our goods. They manufacture our medicine. Now they're owning oilfields they infect N. Texas with viruses. They steal all of our secrets by having spies in corporations all over America What else can we do form during else we can do sure? Wasn't there a big story of. They're buying up all the golf courses. I mean there's buying up all the property of the US. We need that needs to be looked into thinking all the land that you own. If you're buying up all the golf courses or or many golf courses in the US why are we committing national suicide? That's what I WANNA know. Why why the money I guess? How can this be doesn't fall under the national security issue there because this is the same administration that approved? This was telling us that we need to put tariffs on steel. Because it's a national security issue. Yeah but yeah enter what? We'll an energy sector amazing. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three more pat gray unleashed coming up. Brazil's president this guy just doesn't care he doesn't care what anybody thinks of him what they're saying about him whether or not they like him. He was told at a little press conference that more than five thousand. Brazilians have lost their lives due to the corona virus. That's more than Even more people than in China his response so what? I'm sorry. What do you want me to do about it? Wait what Jiffy leader. That's yes it's Bolsonaro. That's that's Jeffy. That's Jeffy of world leader. So so what do you want me to do about it? I didn't infect them okay. Now you're stretching it. I did it all you imagine if if president trump and things about as close as anybody in the world handling it like that but not even he does that. That's amazing by the way we just did the quick poll. Uh Key through it up there. You can still vote. We're going to run this through Sunday night around eight o'clock eastern at PAT unleashed on twitter. Which is the best band of all time? The Beatles sixteen point seven percent. Actually No. They're up to twenty two percent now. Twenty two percent okay. Stones are aware ten percent still at ten stones and someone else now up to sixty seven sixty eight percent. Say someone else Dave Present and I mean obviously when they're clicking that option. They're thinking Boston obviously. Yeah Yeah or foreigner Boston foreigner. Yeah the baby's maybe Jeffey. Who's your favorite band of all time on this question? Who is your favorite band of all time I go? I really don't I couldn't answer like I don't know what I don't know man record collection. Now see your hernia to know. I've seen your wreck. You are A- music guy. I am necessarily have a favorite a really good tuck carpenters. Maybe carpenters I got to my dad's a gun to your head carpenters. Somebody's going to pull the trigger. I promise you if if that's you say they're pulling the trigger and killing the cargo having a paper balls to throw at the camera man Lou. Carpenter's probably carpenters Karen Carpenter Solo. Maybe Bread David Gates and bread one of those. I love the babies. I love the babies. I do John Wait it was great. One of the Great Rock vocalist of all time for my money. Yeah he was great. Yeah All right triple eight. Nine hundred thirty three ninety-three also add pat unleashed on twitter. A shock poll. Young people are far more likely than older voters to support a bailout for the oil industry. that is a shock. Poll young people are far more likely than older voters to support a bailout for the oil industry according to a new. Just the news. Daily Poll Scott Rasmussen. Their support comes. Even as many young people have rallied against oil projects like the keystone pipeline and called for divestment away from fossil fuel industry. That's really weird. That is really young people. Just don't they don't know what they're talking about you know for for the most part the most part it's not only a government bailout of a big industry right but it's one that they've been brainwashed as evil. Yes right exactly very strange. By the way how much you paying for Oil for? I mean for gas In the last few days because across the street here from the studio in Irving there's a seven eleven and I just paid a dollar. Whatever you say. It's going to be higher than the rest of the area Wednesday frequent for regular gas. It was a dollar seventeen gallon. Okay well let's no no. I'm sorry it was a dollar thirty nine for regular dollar thirty nine. Cheapest I've seen as a buck twelve. And is it still around there or has shot back up a little bit? Well let's see since I have to refill my truck. Every I don't know two and a half days I'll let you know in about a few hours from now. Okay the prices. Yeah but it was on Monday Tuesday. I yeah a dollar well twelve. That's that's incredible. Jeffey remember where Elvis got. That had that run in with everybody's Favorite Cup. That intersection yes. That's where it's a buck twelve. So that's your neck of the woods you know last time When amber sent me a picture of that particular place one nineteen that was you know we can half ago or something like that. So that's amazing. That's pretty good. Yeah pretty good. It's nice when you go and you fill up your tank for a reasonable price. Now it reminds me. Yeah it's but bad but Texas but it's not good for our economy. Remind one time I fill covered. I filled up my tank for exactly ten dollars. This is as his so weird ten dollars on the nose back in nineteen ninety nine And I was walking into pay for it. Remember before you had to pay at the pump. Yep someone had dropped a scratch off lottery ticket there at the door and it was worth ten bucks. I think this is perfect. Calendar like yeah ten bucks hold a lottery ticket stolen and so I put it as like just put it on. Pump one please Because I just filled up. It was perfect. Could not have worked out more beautifully. But anyhow so that took me back because Was it a ten dollar check? So was it a buck a gallon. That about what it was. I don't know whatever it was. It was late nineties. I think the last time that we had price wars that brought us a dollar a gallon or less than I remember. Allah remember paying fifty nine cents a gallon in Metro Atlanta Georgia in February of nineteen ninety. Nine fifty nine cents. Yeah the two thousands right went up. I remember when it went up over Over a dollar because I was working at nine seventy in Tampa and Wfl and we had a big morning. Show deal where we had to pay. Ninety seven cents a gallon And that was a big deal. I mean people were lining up for it right. That corresponded with your frequency. That's catacombs his. What only seventy I mean. These prices are amusing but they're dangerous very dangerous for the economy. Yeah it's nice when you're at the gas pump and you say wow filled up for thirty five dollars and then you drive and you think Oh. That's not good for tennis though. It's not good for Houston. It's not good for the economy. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three leash triple eight nine hundred. Thirty three ninety. Three and pat unleashed on twitter being Joined this morning by Attorney Russ Scout. Russ welcome to the blaze. Hi thanks for coming on Good Morning. Thanks for having me. Listen I heard about a client of yours. Somebody who's WHO's been client of yours in the past For my good friend Glenn Kimber. Who son-in-law Rick is any federal prison now and we can talk about. I guess whether he should be in that prisoner not He's He was charged with. Some sort of fraud is correct rest. Yeah yeah the white collar of Komo conviction. He's in the appellate process and that's ongoing you know We believe that he's innocent wrongly convicted. I mean You hear about the things that General Flynn underwent. It doesn't happen just in Washington. Dc prosecutorial abuse is happening all over but putting that aside he's in a literal hell hole there at Terminal Island in Los Angeles What's interesting what? What is what's terrible is. There are nearly six hundred infected inmates in that population that is one third of all the infected inmate. Nationwide in the federal prison system are at Terminal Island while that is crazy and we just heard we heard yesterday that sixty percent of federal inmates are infected with cove in nineteen. Yeah it's crazy. Yeah so General Attorney General Bar did a great thing by by having The Bureau of Prisons Get these at risk individuals out of prison system however the Bureau of prisons does not responding there like a deer. Headlights accept the consequences for not falling. Ag Directive. Our death for many of these inmates. Yeah that's the thing. He's he's got Several underlying health conditions. Right Right Right. So what what happened is attorney. General Bar said Hey. Inmates who are at risk need to contact the warden at Terminal Island. The guards were told not to take request from the prisoners. to be taken to the warden so My my friends pal. Attorney wrote a very detailed letter to the warden with his medical records with a statement from Rick's Dr And the word is supposed to respond in a few short days. Intaking me action know how this happened. And in fact and and this is not unique just to My client in the prison. It's it seems to be universal at Terminal Island. I mean they've the operation at Terminal Island has been criticized by Senator Harris by the congresswoman representing the area but The media and the public just can't walk into the prison and see for themselves. What's going on as you know. But very nature Prisons are not open to the public. They would be quite shocked to see what's going on. So my friend Oprah how many how? Many inmates are at Terminal Terminal Island. Aren't there something a thousand of them in in you said six hundred or infected now with the virus right so that's a nearly sixty percent of all inmates. When if you few weeks ago it was to now. It's almost six hundred. They're not doing something right. And do you know if if rick is one of those who was infected or is he still not infected yet? No idea no idea Families and try to call ends at Terminal Island. They pick up the phone. Hang it up. There's no nothing going in or out The what's interesting is is. My friend was able to get to a phone yesterday to call his wife. And if you know how things go on prison I mean he was risking reprisal by getting engaged to a phone and he just. He played with his wife to get him out. He says. You don't know what's going on here. It's much worse than people are being told but by the time the dust settles people will be dead. Wow so what can people do in order to help? Because according to attorney general bar they W- these high risk. Inmates were supposed to be released right. The ones who were not a danger were not violent. They were white collar criminals they were supposed to be and if they had especially if they had underlying health conditions because they didn't want these guys to have a death sentence in the prison when it starts spreading through like it is right now they were supposed to be released and so how does how. How do we help what what can be done here? I think people just need to Express their their disgust with the handling of this by the Bureau of Prisons. The Attorney General Bar obviously is is well intended but it's not it's not being If not getting into the ground level I think I think turnover really needs to step in now. He recently changed his order to say people who have only who have are now only eligible if they've served fifty percent of their time. Oh Wow who are dying. There are people who are dying. Who have served less than than that by by putting inmates at home release. It doesn't mean they have to stay there the whole time. Get him out for a year until things settle and they've got a better process in place and then put them back in. I mean if that's what needs to happen but this this is time for action. Not You know pondering the possibilities but I mean actually it'd be taken now and it may need that Senators need to get involved and and other elected officials and actually be taken. I think Attorney General Board needs to step in and make sure things happen. I mean it's not This can't take weeks months. It's days I mean in three weeks from two to six hundred. It's amazing it's crazy Russ would appreciate it. I you know we'll I understand that Mike Lee has been made aware of this would be helpful to give him a call. And maybe light a fire under his seat or Or Yeah I don't. Mike Lee is is very Engaged in criminal justice reform and I think this is something that he has a real concern about. His office has been Very helpful and responsive and may take more than Senator Lee and may take you know the Senate Judiciary Committee is a whole and others in Congress to do something to get these guys off their verbal butts. I mean Terminal Island is the name of the place it should not be mission statement to. That's that's for sure and it's you know this is a hard thing because you know a lot of people. It's hard to get them to have sympathy for the people who were in prisons because they think well they they belong. There shouldn't be there in the first place but they certainly don't deserve a death sentence. So right incarceration as being cut off and your families is bad. Enough should not have to undergo inhuman treatment while you're there and be exposed to the real possibility of death. One thing Terminal Island is four. Inmates who are more sick or more at risk of sickness than other inmates. So that's another problem that that terminal island has while alright appreciate the information Good luck and we'll we'll keep in touch. Thank you thanks. Laura appreciate it Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three also add pat unleashed on twitter. That's a really tough thing because again drew. You're like well okay. There during prison. They're prisoners you know and we certainly committed the crime. You're doing the time now. Right we hear stories about them getting you know. We prisoners being let out and then committing other crimes. Yeah are we going to? How are we really going to tell someone You you get to go home for a while and then we're GonNa put you back in. I mean wow that yoghurts I eight. Yes the whole during this whole interview. I didn't hear anyone say they've tried to get a hold of Cardinal. Joe Tobin so I'm sure he's been alerted to this problem or not but we'll find out we will find out. Triple eight nine hundred. Thirty three ninety-three So apparently Joe Biden has made announcement. He's made a statement about Do you have that in front of you? I mean he's he's been on MSNBC COUPLE GOO or whatever they might show And He's been You know they've kind of been trying to pretend to put him on the hot spot but he has his records at the University of Delaware his Senate records that he gave to them remember. He was supposed to release them at the end of last year. And then they said. Oh you know what now? He's still running for president. He's still in public life. We're not going to release. Those records. Always reported that his people went and started digging through all his records. Once the terror read Surfaced and so now. He's defending his records of being Sealed at the University of Delaware. He said that Well yes they could be taken out of context and they could be fodder in the campaign Yeah yes they could Mr By what is he afraid of? I don't know I don't know why but him saying at that. Sure makes it look like we will see those records. Yes it doesn't make some pretty tasty makes a lot of fun there to be had doesn't it sounds like a whole week is shows right. There sounds more than fodder. Yeah he's also denied believe he is now personally denied sexually harassing terror. Read to our viewers. Please excuse the graphic nature of this but I wanna make sure that there was no question as to what we're talking about she says in Nineteen Ninety-three Mr Vice President that you pender against the wall and reach to under her clothing and penetrated her with your fingers. Would you please go on the record with the American people? Did you sexually assault terror rate? No it is not true. I'm saying unequivocally it never never happened. Never happened right right. What's HE GONNA say? Did you do that too? Did you sexually assault terror? Read Yes okay. You got me. Yeah I did I did. She was looking really great that day. I was feeling like a Douche Bag. So Yeah Pinter up against the wall and did all the things she said and a couple of more things that she forgot but they were memorable so shutter phase lion. I did of course. He's going to deny it. I appreciate me asking because neither is asking that question right and so it took a long time but thank you for finally doing. Mika thank you that was the answer is up to him however he wants to answer it. Fine Yeah and of course. He's good he's going to Sandhill he's going to say no I. Have you ever heard anybody come clean and say Yup? Yeah I did crap. I was hoping you were GonNa ask me that question. Yeah I did. Thank you for the opportunity. Yeah I've been living ally Gills in here. Come here. I want you to hear me admit to this because I'm going to let me show you what I did. Do are going to demonstrate here on Jill Own. Oh man good. Golly it's just ridiculous talks tonight. Shall We know we? We continue with this. 'cause it's If someone wanted said earlier in the show that we're going to have something a little crazier to discuss later than eating. Your neighbors ass would not have taken then. Bet I know me neither but here we are ladies and gentlemen Friday. Everybody well to me. I will say this to me Tara. Reid is a pretty credible absolute victims of sexual assault She's credible she. She has had her story confirmed by multiple people including very recently a neighbor of hers from back in Ninety Three. Who said Yeah Despite the fact that I'm a hard core Democrat she did tell me that yeah am as a matter of fact. I'm going to vote for Joe Biden any way but yes she did. Tell me that Biden. Did that tour deal by deal Biden and we have to. You know. That's the way it is. We have to believe them. And I'll tell you another thing. The Brett Cavanaugh stuff. They had not one ounce of ailments against him not announced nobody who corroborated the story. Nobody who under who remembered it happening? Who heard of it happening? Nobody who had anything to do with it ever backed up the story and now with Biden saying you know. Wait unequivocally no it didn't happen. I mean that's just Tara Tara your liar right now just a liar after telling us four years ago telling us for years ago that these women deserve to be believed right. Well okay I guess I guess it's different now right. I mean he'll say right you know. That's just her truth. Doug don't even start with me on the her truth your truth his truth stuff. I can't there's only truth history drew. Nope not might truth or your truth. There's only truth it's the IT happened or it didn't know there's no perceiving it differently here either happened or another in. Doan just makes the point Off Air here you know like with trump. He talked a big game about grabbing women in certain places right and they had the audio and the Democrats were fit to be titled. Oh my gosh you're gonNA like this guy right all right. Well now. We have a credible accusation of your candidate. Actually doing that right. So Ball's in your court Democrats good luck. They're such despicable despicable people for these. You know the leadership in the Democrat Party Nancy Pelosi's and the Joe Biden's in and the Alano Mars. And they don't you don't actually care about anybody they're just flat out hypocrites. Who will tell you one thing when it when it suits their agenda and then when it doesn't suit their agenda it's the complete opposite of what they just said so we're never going to get the truth or or anything close to it from any of them. Despicable triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three also at PAT unleashed on twitter. By the way did you see. Lon Mosque said Free America. Now Musk thank you but I think that has to do with Like I believe I believe. And he even talked about it on his earnings call With the with the stockholders and stuff he was all wound up there but I think it had something to do. We cover this on to the fat by the way which is podcast. You should subscribe to They I he was told by NASA one of his rockets the first manned rocket in years now as going off at the is supposed to go off at the end of this month And he NASA told them a you know with all the virus everything going on. Why don't you and your people just stay? Just stay home. You don't need to come down here and watch the launch and I think that that just take them off that took off so I think he has more to do with free America. We need to go where we wanna go telling me. I can't come to this know that Lila won't stand right. Well allotted Texas for opening up. He said Texas restaurants retailers and other businesses opening Friday. Here's the rules. They have to follow and he mentioned him and he said Bravo Texas and everybody else should be doing the same thing It's nice that a few people prominent people are starting to say. Now you Elon Musk. You've got this. Er doctor the head Er doctor in New York City. You got these two guys in Los Angeles these doctors who have treated over fifty two hundred Kovic patients and they're all saying the same thing. Hey we need to get back to business as usual as quickly as we possibly can because this is being a little bit overblown and way more people are exposed to this already. Then you even know we probably all have it anyway. So let's just get back and do things now so everybody doesn't lose their job. I mean we got a pretty start on everybody. Losing their job thirty million so far in six weeks or does it have to be before we start the economy again. Does it have to be one hundred million would would? That probably is probably more than more than thirty anyway. Right with all the independent contractors who aren't filing for unemployment right. Those numbers are even worse. Right I mean we need to get these down. Want businesses to open back up man no doubt and again Do I really WanNa see a really wanna see sports return but the biggest issue is to allow people to go back to work and start making money again and put food on their table and be able to pay their mortgage l look. That's what sports does too. It's not just because we like the games that we play but everything's surrounding. Those games creates income and jobs for people. Yeah hotels a airfare but you know you're gonNA HAVE UBER DRIVERS BACK TO WORK. You're going to be better about not allowing people in the stands but I mean that is a big moneymaker as well not only for the universities but for the companies who provide goods and services for those stadiums if you had to guess right now both of you guys if you had to guess right now Does the NCW. Jesus start on time with fans or is it delayed or does it start on time without fans or do we not play the season. Jeffey WANNA GO I. I would say that it actually depends probably what happens. I would say that they're probably not going to ride their writing on well. Maybe we'll play. Maybe we won't play until they see if a second wave starts in during the summer. I don't WanNa hear about a second wave anymore. Dr Fao G. Shut up about the second show. I don't WanNa hear I don't WanNa hear second wave. I don't even WanNa hear those two words put together. I'm going to say no. Flake snowflake liberal institutions unsuitably. We'll start but without fans. Nfl fans with fans in the NFL. Yeah I think so. I think everybody starts without fans. Okay and then maybe by a middle season maybe they start experimenting with some sort of Fan arrangement. I don't know but I bet it starts without any baseball. Definitely fans hockey basketball all without fans but I think finding those to me at all Likley without van by September I just the NFL. I just I see them saying you know what will take the lead on this and that will that I was thinking about They start the season with college football. For as an example they start the season without fans and fans are just finding like. Hey we need to go to these games so they open it back up. Yeah that would be. The problem is if they start with fans and their does happen to be a spike in outbreaks. They're going to be a second way for it. They're going to be blamed. And then it's GonNa be you know there could be lawsuits. Who knows it might be too ugly to even attempt with fan but you know you know you do at that point you say look at the states. That didn't lock down. They're doing a lot better as far as infection rates. Yeah point to the Wisconsin thing you mentioned earlier in the show. Yeah he went to the polls in L. DEVILLIERS. The spike were right next to each other in lines and there was no spike spike and man they were hoping for a spike they were Democrats. Wanted to see piles of dead bodies all over Wisconsin. They didn't get so if you are in the league offices of one of these professional sports you need to start saving these stories like this like these states. That are on lockdown like the Wisconsin voting showing that crowds aren't necessarily Spreading the infection rates. Spiking them right by the way. Maybe we should all get the we should all get the antibodies in this woman Rowsley Manuel who calls herself blessed? She survived the spent. She's one hundred one years old. Yeah she got the Spanish flu in. Nineteen in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred and she just got corona virus and recovered from that. There's a couple of other people that have gone through that right we Z. Sit them down and tell you yes yes and then we can start with you because you've survived pretty much everything for the past. How many centuries while it started with the Bluebonnets play got the Black Pad Clegg into Europe? Right Jeffrey with you in the fifteen hundreds or step down and get that blood out of you and no thank you. That's a job. Nobody wants day that not even the illegal immigrants want that.

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"You gotTA. Look at this right now. Quick before they take down Adam. Curry John's Devora. Twenty twenty. This is your award-winning Kibo Nation Media Assassination episode twelve, hundred, fifty two. This is no agenda. Tracking this CCP and broadcasting live from opportunities on thirty three here in the frontier. Boston Texas capital of the Star staying in in the morning. Everybody I'm Adam Curry in from northern Silicon Valley where I've had to kill the Kaley segment of today's show on Johnson Devora. On No, no, no, we cannot start like that. What what do you mean killing the Kaley segment? What is advertised? My goodness, what happened? Well play the I have Kaley clip. You can play it and figure it out when you just listen to it. Why do so how about the Kaley Jingles? All of that is is is not appropriate. Today we'll. I'll probably try to bring it back on Sunday, but. Thursday. Scott, sorry. About the Scott Pelley? We've tried to make lynching a federal crime. Country Scottsdale asked the Great Bill. It's more great action from Republicans and we hope we can bipartisan support on that. I got a whole bunch of messages tweets. If people saying man, you got to look at this right now. Quick before they take it down all the crap. What is an audio up? I'm like? Wow, she must have something crazy. Like Oh because some audio engineer left the return feed fater open. That's the big. Surprise. They couldn't fix it. was throughout I thought they did. It was throughout the whole thing. I've washed a good half hour. Thanks and Fox just killed the feed. Goodness. I don't know maybe they did fix it. The antibody wasn't gonNA. Listen to it. I mean because she was delivering a number of Good Zingers I. Know I lost another one of them. It's not as though she won't be doing this forever. But are you thinking that this is indeed sabotage? Cars. Consider that I. consider just dumb. Have made mistakes before in the briefing room. And I think this is really this was. Yeah well, you know it's like they probably had a his cell phone off, and someone was trying to freaking out trying to let them know what was going on, and they just never heard I. Guess unless you're right. Szabo ties I don't provocateurs doing the several times. She's not well liked I mean I would look at the no kidding. I was looking for example. There was a good day was in the newsletter. Iran these Rick Wilson Rick. Wilson is which I have some clips of him later. Rick Wilson like one of the guys behind the Lincoln Project, a bunch of disgruntled supposedly disgruntled conservatives, but that. When trump out! Right, Crib Crystal, be one of them disguised some old. Some other Republicans Romney might as well be in the group. And he's like blast in Domino's for for acknowledging Kaley saying thanks for the pizza. Twelve, years ago. Twelve years ago, so it was. Twenty twelve eight years ago, but and so somebody ended up digging up some stuff on him. Talking about how great it was somebody, beat up a soldier. You know. Do you WanNa do that now? Since you've kind of done the whole introduction, well, it's this is this is kind of one of the more intellectual series is. By intellectual, I mean it's education. I shouldn't say. Never Intellectual And this is all these are clips from the new abnormal and they kind of play into your. Yes okay, hold on a second so first of all whenever I get up on showed morning. And I see. Not One but multiple series of clips from you. My heart skips a beat. And I saw this I did I'm of course. I don't listen to them. I saw this ad new abnormal John's found something I can't wait now that I know what is related to. why don't I start off with the noodle gun? And then we can fold into that. Does that make sense? Yes, I would prefer that because this is a little bit a lot too little too educational. Starred Shirley morning. Yes, I understand looks. Past. Locked and loaded yes. The new I was I thought that people would want to do something about the original Noodle Unsound, which is this? Even the keeper, said man that sounds kind of wimpy. That's that's not exactly I think would a noodle gun sounds like so we did get a new one. It's been upgraded in caliber. Give this one a shot. What do you think? It's funny I think the scream. Does it work for me? Yeah, well. We've had a just just to recap. Noodle gun based on noodle boy. If you don't know who noodle boy is just take it from me. It's everyone who you see on the street right now. Who is between twenty five and thirty five years old and who outraged by everything? and. They are now using the power of their phones and social media to call out the woke brands and people of the world who have been saying that they're all in and they they support black lives, matter and inside these organizations are noodle boys, noodle girls who will gladly rat on them and make change from within. And this is hurting business I'm not saying if it's justified or not hurting their business, and we'll start today with the The noodle gun that everybody was the noodle gunshot heard around the world. Breakfast for more than a century will soon be a thing of the past quaker. OATS is owned by Pepsi announcing that they're getting rid of the one hundred thirty year old aunt Jemima brand famous for Pancake Mixes Maple Syrup in other breakfast foods. Buckwheat pancakes. I. By the way what kind of lame ass, jingle they make for Monte mind the back in the day. I was back in the Dan. I've never I. Don't remember that Jingle. Buckwheat pancakes. On. The company says by the numbers this year packaging will no longer feature the controversial and Mima image, and soon they will completely changed the brand's name altogether time to let go of symbols like this because of how they are, and what they represent. Cornell University's Dr Ruth. Richardson recently wrote a New York Times article. Can we please line? Of Aunt Jemima children going with their parents to the grocery store can still see images this retrograde image of black womanhood on store shelves, and it was if an image that hearkens back to the antebellum plantation looting implantation. Is that kind of stereotype. Is premised on this idea of blatch inferiority and otherness very successful New York Times article I'd save very good. Play. I'm sorry. I like keeping otherness in play otherness. Yeah, now. I I can't wait to talk to mow about this particular. Noodle gun target strike I think it was on deck for a long time. We've heard this before that. You know wine and that we got. One of our producers Glen. Worried if couple of grasses pretty long. I guess you're something about the aunt. Jemima thing again because of the icon quaker oats chose the decades ago. We was based on a menstrual. He says minstrel show character, but that's not true. He goes on to mention the apparently uncle Ben's Rut converted rices up. Your? QUAKER OATS held on these for too long. Now here's the part. This I thought was kind of interesting. Apparently horrible candies is removing of their liquorice face. Shake interested black-faced liquorice, damn overseas markets. Think it will be able to bite the heads off a white chocolate bunnies, because anything that's made of dark chocolate racist product. Everyone knows that live, so there's goes the Easter bunny when those demise, but here's the one up in the dinner table just by coincidence last night I now wonder how long Nabisco will get away with selling its oreo cookies. is a data racial slur. Heyhoe Oreo cookies go yes snow. Hydroxy or whatever? which is probably GONNA go to? Because it sounds too much like hydroxy chloroquine. What. Because I did reflect on this for Moen about anti-roma, and what I always felt growing up I was a box reader. So I read the cereal box. You know I couldn't wait to cut out the record on the back member. Those little cardboard forty five could play. And I'd stare at the anti-obama bottle. Then I remember man. She looks like she makes good pancakes syrup. That's all I ever thought. But no, no these kids today they see that and they have a different connection, although it's been around for one hundred over one hundred years. Now the other are going after his Mrs Butterworth, which isn't even a black character. It'd be purely because it's a brown bottle. Wrong, wrong, wrong wrong wrong. You just heard that article about the Jews meant she mentioned the antebellum period well here comes another noodle gunshot. The? Black lives matter movement caused the country pop trio lady antebellum this week to change the name of the group from Lady, and by the way they've won scores of Grammy Awards American Music Awards the extremely successful as lady antebellum bell to Simply Lady A. They said in light of the. Black lives matter movement. The term antebellum was offensive to many the word itself actually meeting pre civil war, so they changed their name now a blue singer out of Seattle. WHOSE NAME IS LADY? A as stepping forward saying this is my brand. I've used and for over twenty years. That's what I'm proud of. It shouldn't take and the this group George Floyd's death to realize that their name had a slave reference to it, and she is asking that they change it to something else that her name has already been taken. Rare Ricochet from the noodle, Garnett splattered off lady antebellum and hit him again with the lady who good job. Now let's take. What does it take to check the copyright office. Your big name like you said you said. These are big district, multimillion dollar, big-name band, and they just route just changed their name without even doing any research whatsoever with all the money that they have. Their own fault. You know you, don't you? Don't do it right. You Ricochet off, get. You struck twice by the shrapnel from the noodle gun. Little bits of Pasta on your face. Can the navy can. The navy is not immune to all this. The CBC kids weigh in on the latest noodle gun shot. All right well, let's get to it. Be Know what has fired up this week. Well I've been following this JK, rowling controversy, and it all started with a tweet you may actually it started with this headline trading a more equal post, Cova nine hundred world for people. Jk took issue with the word people being used. Maybe she was trying to be funny, but she hinted that the publication should have stuck with using the word women. Fans pointed out that there are lots of those who menstruate donate to by women, and then things got a little messy lots of tweets back and forth, and at one point JJ fired back with my life has been shaped by being female and I. Don't think it's hateful to say so. It's twenty twenty releasing these kind of statements. Online is not in the book. Has. She been accused of transphobic stuff in the past. Year. She was criticized for supporting a woman who was fired after saying that transplant weren't real woman. This read the room. There are so many conversations now about equality, justice and racism. Is it any surprise that the story is going right now? Exactly it's pride month to and this week. Daniel Radcliffe Harry Potter himself reacted with an essay advocating for translates. He saw that gun commodities like who let me write you a little less about translated. Stay away from me with that noodle gun and now inside the publishing. Before we? Under, I don't want to. Kill your bit here. You're. Burchell red buttons or you're doing this. there's a reference. One Guy will get but I wanNA. Talk a little bit about that last clip. Now that clip came from the Canadian Broadcasting Company and they have a bunch of these kids shows. And that is one I don't know the name of that one is kids or something has. CBC Kids. Jesse BBC kids well I think the whole. I think that's the overall brand. I think there's individual shows are different names, or could be and that particular one is. For one thing the kids are. Kids are reading a script. Really. Something on television is scripted. Get Out of town and they're trying, and so they're promoting a kind of a point of view and right now you're right. Just the noodle gun aimed at J. Karalis who desert. Rally deserves it. and I just find. It's like a propaganda piece and I find it. Just generally offensive I. Find that the Deck I. Had this same clip? I does reason I can talk about it. I found it to be offensive. A bunch of kids going on and on about transgender. They don't know anything and and they're making these. was founded extremely offensive well. There's a back story to this or a follow up really as hush et publishing house. workers inside the company. And this will be a publishing rowlings new book, the Echo Bog. Have stage their rebellion. They said already did that once you know yes, I know, but but now it's for Real, because now they have the noodle. Will they? Had the noodle get when Woody Allen as they killed his book, but they seem so. They say they're not. They're not I. Don't know if it's the same. This is different. They have support from the outside now. This is different. DIFFERENT SCENARIO YEAH PORPERTY outside about. J.. JK Rowling Book will not get published. It will not until she repents, she has to repent. She has to make a statement. Show us. Yes, you will even the richest woman in in book writing. Today. J. K. Rowling. She will repent I guarantee. I'M GONNA. Put It in the book in a moment. You put it in there. Because I, I would like to see her repentance. Getting her to repent would be dynamite. Well. She would have to say that she was wrong and she's educated herself. Now hold on a second so this there's actually we can write the script and this is well. Get started. We enough of these repents. You know I was wrong. I didn't I was uneducated at the education angles in there and I found it right. WHAT THE RIGHT PATH! We should look over some of these apologies and kind of construct, a universal apology, NCAAS or have it here June. Eighteen, twenty, twenty, seven, twenty six eight m J. K. Rowling to repent. It's it's in that. She will repent. Couple mom, let's see yet just one more clip, and then we can talk about a few other ones. This just came out this morning as a about fifty minutes before before before we got on. I saw this trending and I thought Oh. My goodness, it's the noodle got. This is a video taken by a Taco Bell employee. He has the camp he's in his car. Has the camera on his lap? He's wearing a black lives. Matter Mask and his t the rest of his Taco bell uniform. He's talking to his manager because his manager has just fired him this now. Viral noodle gun viral, do you just because I got black lives? Matter and he just told me to. Take it off I'm not. I'm. I'm not taking it all. Semi whatever man. She said it had to be. Bright. You can't bring politics into the bureau bringing politics. This is what I'm standing for. My House is considered politics. Is it. Not Guns I'm not taking it off. Okay were then. There's nothing I can do. I'm just doing my job. I'm doing. Mice to send enough for my people say you don't get it. I you know you don't because this would be a problem. Not, a problem with them tell. The company think. Verte somebody's wear something that said something. About, whitegoods? That's what they stand for US I. Guess for what you stand for. says. Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop give clip of the day for that. Go thank you very much. The HASHTAG is our P. Taco Bell. You can follow along. Thank you very much. Yeah, this is It's very very powerful and I'm I'm sure this this manager will be terminated to has to be the column. Calling for heads gotta do that I'll just run down. Roll Roll. So we have Mike Grundy of course, Oklahoma State football. Was He coach is player it gun I don't know I I'm just. He's the head coach. Just reading the headlines so superstar head coach yes well, the superstar head coach has repented and has apologized for the audacity to where one America news, T shirt, ooh! On his. Day Off. Let's see internal uprising with the I'm just doing the headlines within the Los. Angeles Times newsroom over racial inequality and coverage of the black lives matter protests. It wasn't covered rights okay. Then we have a game developers. This is really interesting. Steam, as you know very popular hub I guess for for getting games. Particularly on xbox. And I know nothing of this. Yes, well, you can also the company's Valve. Think it is available. Valve Ralph exactly so valve the company behind steam. I know steam I played steam. Yes, they have they have not. Come Out, and in fact I have the quote here over the past few weeks. Steam Valve have chosen not to address the black lives. Matter Movement failing. Failing failing to make even a broad and generic statement about racial justice, this will not stand. It's clear than ever that. The owners of this platform feel beholden to a base of angry white male gamers. This makes me especially sad. I feel that some of these people are the people who most need to hear the messages of black. Lives matter, buddy. Square hit. Is Sung my battleship without one nice one, and these are the developers are pulling their games taking away their own livelihoods fantastic ABC. ABC finally finally finally, as cast the first black bachelor but. It took too long to do it so way. The Good Place Producer Megan Amraam apologizes for offensive tweets I won't even read them because you want. UNDERSTAND OFFENSIVE AND OF COURSE NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is now encouraging teams to sign Cowan capture as we still have a red book entry for him to actually play calling copper nick. Himself has joined the board of blogging company medium. I would say this is excellent. Noodle gun proof vest. Pay Man. If someone says something weird and our platform. We got Colin Kaepernick so we will evaluated properly. Lewis Hamilton! Successful Formula One driver. Is Very Mad at Helmet Marco. Because, apparently he. Hasn't said anything about black lives matter needs to come out and say something and now Hamilton is out. Saying I hope your teammates know what you really are out about just because the guy said I'm really not interested in seeing anything. Wow Boy Scouts of America listen up. Introduced the black lives, matter inspired diversity and inclusion badge, which will now be required? To become an Eagle Scout. What is the? Eight to one of these badges require some sort of skill or development or something by the not badge. Tie Tyson many not certain kinds so what? What will this be gotta have sex with the person of color? I mean what let me see if it's in the article, I don't really remember reading the. Actual Routes Carson requirement it must be. Let's see. well the statement we condemn the murders of George George Florida. Montgomery Brianna Taylor. All those who are not named but equally important. We hear the anguish feel the heartbreak joined. The country's resolved to do better. The Boy Scouts America stands with black families and black community, because we believe that black lives matter. This is why as an organization we commit introducing a specific diversity inclusion merit badge, which will be required for the rank of Eagle Scout. It will build on components within existing merit badges, including American cultures and Citizenship in the community merit badge which requires scouts learn about and engage with other groups and cultures to increase understanding and spur positive action here we go. The scouts will be requiring diversity and inclusion training over for all the employees brother whatever. Find. The he take a course. You take a course and get back. In its infancy, all of his. And it's so. Go nailed it. You nailed it. This is all insincere it really is. And why is it tolerated? It's not I think that that's what's happening. Is the insincerity is now being pulled apart so these brands who are virtue signal about? How woke the art and it turns out? It's not true on the inside is a is an issue and as I said. I think they're coming for Tim Cook. The will come. Here's one thing that will for everybody. Here's one thing as far as you can with these things. Yes, yes, yes, yes, and I. Have a clip to prove that you're absolutely right so here. Is something interesting as you know your limits, getty once you get dilemmas in the next go round. Because the first time around black lives, matter didn't get the -CCOMPLISH much the CIA I don't know what happened to know if they changed the PR agency or what they did, as the CEO I have no idea, but is now as it's a kick, AC s operation. It sure is and I and I think I think because it's. Distributed that it's so kick ass. Honestly, no one person owns the brand anymore. You know it's out there and it's being painted on streets. Winds on t shirts every anyone can pretty US I. Don't think it's copyright, trademark or anything at this point. Now sleeping giants and media matters a number of other groups and gun Bearers. have been hitting at Fox News in particular. All my clips are about this. Okay good. For what it is good. By sleeping giants perfect so because we have the founder of sleeping giants appearing on a podcast so before we get to that. I would like to take a look at what I what I think is going on. You're talking about this powerful brand, and I think that there's influence. Across the board. We've we've seen just in the past week? Fifty four scientists given NIH grants have been fired for failure to disclose foreign ties, and that is to China the. Charles Lieber, the main professor, the first guy who He was the former chair of Harvard University's Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department he has now been indicted is not as charge. He was indicted on June ninth. for making false statements about his association with China's thousand talents program, and he will appear before the Boston Federal Court to answer the charges at a later date. But he's arrested for fraud and. He has been out on bail. A Mil- a million dollar bail. It's so beautiful, so this is something I mean. This is the kind of thing that you'd think. Would be. Front page pounding pounding the front page pounding the beginning of all the newscasts. This is major. This is espionage this. By the highest levels of professorships in the country, and it's not even discussed so in wake of everything that's taking place and I mean really corona. Orangemen bad black lives matter noodle gun. All of this comes from not just the medical profession, which clearly there's corruption going on the entertainment world clearly, we know there's corruption going on and the academic world. Clearly, we know there's corruption going on. Politics Yeah. I'm pretty sure there's always corruption, but it seems to all be coming from one place. And it was a producer pointed out to me the clip we played of Tim Tom Collins Cook Virtue, signaling about how much they care about black lives matter. Even though the will under the national average, were their diversity, nine percent instead of thirteen percent, but still the best of Silicon Valley. I was something was pointed out here about something he said, and I think it was a tell and. And I have some follow up clips about that, so it is today. We're at an important moment in our history. Time when progress which has been far too slow, feel suddenly poised to move forward in a great leap. Each of us, and we familiar with a great leap forward. was that Johnson or is that Kennedy China. China have the. The Cultural Revolution. The. Great leap forward. The Cultural Revolution Tim Cook doesn't say this by accident. And I don't know if he's lifting the veil and letting us. Know what's common. Or if he's signaling to his buddies in China. I don't know, listen that one bit again would feel suddenly poised to move forward in a great leap. It's you know it was the cultural revolution, so I found an interview. This is again that American America's thought leaders podcast and I pulled a couple of clips. This guy lays out what the Mike say China. But the Chinese Communist Party may have been doing at least. There's a lot of circumstantial evidence. And why we're in this position now with. With the influences that have come from the outside, and this guy works for the epoch times, so you got to take that into account. He severely biased these in the epoch time better than I do. What are these guys there? Aren't they some cult? Following Gong, okay not a cult but their religion. Well not a religious. It's a cult they go going well, it's it's an anti Chinese Communist Party Group, so you need to bear that in mind, but let's start off with the academics, and as we were just talking about the Department of Education what they're doing right now about these about the corruption and the. Inside the. Educational System so that is Dr Charles leaper. He was the head of the Chemistry Department at Harvard. For several reasons first off, because out in and of itself, a top professor at one of the. Top University in the United States if not the world one of the top. was indicted, and he wasn't indicted for his ties to the Chinese regime. He was indicted for slap on the wrist. Charge like you know lying to investigators. But what he was doing was is he was taking money allegedly? Of course he's hasn't been found guilty yet, but allegedly. Taking money from the Chinese Communist Party under its thousand. Talents program. And this is kind of show showing a light on the issue of Chinese academic espionage. It has the whole country at least to some extent aware now that the Chinese regime has been buying off our professors and that the Chinese regime has actual programs like the thousand talents program. Many others meant to get into our universities in compromise, professors, academics, researchers, and so on. And one one thing that's interesting now is the Department of Education is going through the different universities, and they're investigating I mean top to bottom whether individuals have received gifts from foreign governments. China being the largest that they were not disclosing. And what they're saying now is Charles Lieber Dr. Charles Lieber is the tip of the iceberg. scrumptious the tip of the iceberg, everybody yeah I. Liked that, so let's stop for a second and analyze with the guy said first of all. What does it mean like I'm a professor. Let's say I'm a professor over here. Callum Teaching Chemistry. And the Chinese are coming by by office hours. They come by. They say how you doing. An Early we'd like to. Drop too, and we'd like to you know maybe partner with you. Maybe a joint venture somewhere down the road. You know the way these things operating and they give me A. Fifty thousand dollars. A month were getting. They're going. To say, they give me a Gold Rolex worth about twenty grant. And I'm a good boy and I declared my taxes. Is that good enough? But these people you have to disclose that to the university. Why that's part of your of your employment. Agreement I've never heard this. That's the understanding I have I've never been a professor. I've never even been in a university. We'll have I don't know about you. But the when you Roger U. OF T. Anyway, but there's there's another issue is grant money that goes towards specific research has also co sponsored by the United States government. So that has to be known the government I mean I'm sure there's disclosure forms. I don't know one hundred percent what the is, but. These guys also have labs in China to over there and they're working there for a little bit. They'll come back and they. Will we'll get to all of that. Let's move on beyond the medical to really the three warfares doctrine that the Chinese I believe have been waging on us. Get from the surface standpoint. It is very much cold war, but when it comes to the they talk about worldview warfare, they talk about the three warfares in fact, adopted into their military code is the three warfares doctrine. Which is media, warfare, psychological warfare and legal warfare? Is The war tour, hearts and minds we would call it, but on a very very large scale integrated fully into their military and done outside of the spectrum of normal warfare. You know for example, China Daily. Had just had to disclose finally. It's far documents showing money. It was giving two different. Is the foreign agent. Registration Act if you are lobbying on behalf of four, and this is basically what put. Paul Manafort in jail because he didn't file those papers to run its propaganda. China Daily was already was already registered as a foreign agent to the Chinese Communist Party more recently under the State Department. It's now classified as a foreign mission. Of the CCP. When you're foreign mission, you're a branch at the Chinese government. And so major US newspapers were taking hundreds of thousands of dollars each collectively millions of dollars from what is really a branch of the Chinese government the Chinese Communist Party to publish. It's propaganda under under gender china-watch. They call it now from their standpoint, they would say oh. It's labeled as advertisement. It's an advertisement. The question is you know they were these that some of the amounts that are making a big deal about Russian disinformation, affecting our elections. If you. If you look at this question of well, you think Russian. Information's have problems. We don't think Chinese. Disinformation is a problem and you're taking money from a foreign government to publish it. When it's very hostile to this country. What could possibly go Roy now? Of course, you revealed to US months ago. When. I saw the press release. It was only two papers that were mentioned that we're money for these so-called paid ads, and it was the The Washington Post and the wall. Street Journal but I didn't see the New York. Times that's what I thought, too, but I don't see listed. Well that's odd yeah, and of course they do. The the China Daily, which may be a different publication are taking money for I'm not sure exactly why, but everywhere I was said to newspapers, the Post and the Times it was posted the Wall Street Journal I was very surprised. anyway let's move over to the political landscape, and on the broader picture I'm. There's also political warfare. The Chinese Communist Party has the General Political Department. Under they call it the the liaison department. We heard about Russian. Interference in elections, the General Political Department of the Chinese Communist Party hundreds liaison department, as a is a full scale operation for political warfare. It has an entire military branch dedicated to political warfare. The exact thing that people were trying to warn about with Russia. There's an entire military branch under the Chinese regime dedicated to that and I believe they've also been here in Austin Texas as A. What these guys do, is they they try to corrupt governors, and I presume mayors Pompeii went out in his spoke to the governor's about this specifically monster. We've had to clip do it months ago, and he said Hey, the guy's name with your list on WHO's friendly. Last year SR twenty eighteen Austin's mayor, the honorable Steven Adler led an economic development mission to Asia with the Texas Growth Fund, and I don't know who paid for it or these things, it's usually pretty good to have foreign investment in your in your city, spotlight innovation set to propel us. Cities Austin ties with China okay. Fine but then. I see the headline while Austin's in crisis. This is from January. twenty-fifth. Mayor escapes on Lavish. Posted pictures of himself and his family now this is before corona hit, so we really know that this was a bad thing. He was had a lavish. In China. He just got a thing. Gee, I'd love to see the receipts. Did you pay for all of that yourself? Mary. Lee Unlike live would think it's highly unlikely as well so I'd like to know about that, but this is what's going on even in our little Texas town now to the cultural part, and so the bigger picture during the. During the Cold War with the Soviet Union between the US and the Soviet Union mainly was what the Soviets called ideological subversion. This is this is the idea of. How do you wage war on a country? How do you spark revolutions in country? How do you? How do you change the culture of a country without waging open warfare on them? And so these days they have what they call short of war tactics is pushing years. You're bit. You're pushing your aggression, and you're right to the boundary of what would constitute open warfare, but you never crossed that line so Russia does that Iran, does it? Many countries do at China's very aggressive on it the Chinese regime. They would call it. Unrestricted warfare did outlines three different categories of warfare, non-military Trans military and unconventional military, and it includes things. Economic warfare include things like cultural warfare drug warfare, psychological warfare drug warfare, for example. Where does. Come from where do these synthetic drugs come from? They come from. Where did they? Where did the drug cartels in Latin America, get their precursor chemicals from China. In fact, there is an interesting story recently, saying that the cartels are having trouble manufacturing the drugs right now because they were getting their ingredients from factory and Wuhan where the epicenter of the viruses that can't get there. They can't get their ingredients their drugs right now. What is culture warfare? It is how how do you impact the culture of a country who controls Hollywood right now? Who controls a lot of the talent houses the Chinese Communist Party I mean through their different companies. Off Talent houses, AMC theaters is under one of their major companies. If companies if films want to get into the Chinese market, which they need these days for the box office, they have to fall. The Chinese regimes regulations on films. This includes supporting core socialist values as the would call it, and because the standards are so tight, and also not clearly defined, which means that a lot of them have incentive to go above and beyond normal censorship, but self-censorship, some of them even tow produce films with Chinese studios so that they can be sure that they're in line with what the Chinese regime is looking for can I can draw the obvious conclusion that the investments from the. In twitter facebook. Google search. Expansive relationships. That they are self censoring. They're censoring at. At first I thought it was only for the ads, but just imagine what kind of trouble CCP can can mean for read it. Got A saving investment of. Was it three hundred million dollars? So. Hey you want us to freeze the Donald Trump. No problem frozen got it for whatever they want. They'll do it. People are flawed. Lame it. This has a name. The struggle session I got this from. The book of Knowledge Struggle Session was a form of public humiliation and torture. That was used by the Communist Party of China at various times in the mall era, particular years immediately before and after the establishment of the People's Republic of China during the cultural, revolution. The aim of a struggle session was to shape public opinion and humiliate persecute or execute political rivals in those deemed class. Enemies is pretty textbook stuff. In didn't happen just overnight. You know it's not like China woke up one. Hey, but think about it. Who really opens up for decades oh? Yeah, especially what we saw when trump got into screw things up. They had to put it in high gear. That's right and so the fine to get him out. Yes I agree, and the and the Guy I. Don't have it in in these clips. The guy says the problem is. That the one thing they can't control is what the Chinese people see happening here. Because the great firewall of China is of course, bullcrap, a lot of ways around it. You know you can't actually segregate in the way they're doing it. China from the rest of the Internet and stuff gets into has to be smuggled in a thumb drive and wants, but stuff is getting in what they can have is having the Chinese. People who are very happy in general I believe because I came from thirty years ago from crap. Now the is decent and they got phones and they got. McDonald jammed traffic jams. They've got all the great stuff now. is they can't see that. It's so much better over here with our stupid I- ideology of capitalism, so that's why it has to be stopped at all costs because they will not be able to hold their own people, so that's why we have these psychological warfare. He talked about psychological warfare. Psychological warfare isn't just lying to you. It's not just propaganda as we would normally think. Think of it. Psychological warfare is changing the way you interpret information so that you and I can be looking at the exact same set of data, and we would come to wildly different conclusions on it, so for example with this virus right now, this pandemic. You're looking at the Chinese regimes handling the virus. We're both looking at the. We're looking at the exact same data. Now. Do you interpret it as being assigned? Oh, the Chinese regime did all that all it couldn't its power. It took various measures to ensure that the virus didn't spread, and the rest of the world is being unfair to it. Or? Do you think the Chinese regime lied to the world? The Chinese regime arrested. Disappeared journalists and these types of things. If you were following only the information, the was releasing and some of the organizations that support the CCP what they were saying. You would view it in line of the CCP's proceeds viewpoint. If you were following all the real data, the for example, there cover cover-ups. They're lying to the world. Their manipulation of data numbers. You would understand okay. They were. They were misleading the world. They were very dishonest about it and know the absolutely. They did not handle it well. The idea that they handled it well would. You would only believe that if he believed all of the lies that were telling the world, most of which have been exposed and isn't that kind of exactly what we're seeing here? Aren't we seeing people watching the same movie coming away with two two different ideas of what happened this dimension, a dimension be? Movie to Interpretations Up and I had this very strongly with the Atlanta. Cop Cop shooting because before anyone was out there, laying down all of their prognostications etc I, watched all the body camera footage, and you know it would to me. It was quite apparent what happened, and and and the even under the legal definition of deadly use of force. It was unfortunate, but I think I don't think it was murder but then we get all these interpretations from other video, and it looks like he kicked him and there's emissions even Tucker Carlson played the video. Where the COP is chasing the guy, he turns around to turn around shooting the Taser that they went to black before that, so you only see running and shots. It's unbelievable Fox News completely complicit in this. Complete I'll see this. He did it last night again two nights in a row when he shows the video. You see the guy running away. Ray Chard. And you see the cop behind him and he turns. You don't even see that. You just you just hear the firing and his block with audio. Only despicable is tina and I fell off the couch, but anyway it's being interpreted even by the mayor of Atlanta. Coming up with a completely different story, not at all that the guy was passed out, the other people were afraid of him. In the in the Wendy's. He was in the line. COP COMES OVER WAKES UP. Guy Passes out again wakes him up again came and drive your car or they drives onto the grass. It's totally wasted, and that's a violation, but you should let him go home to his to his daughters, and so the building this whole narrative around it which if you only saw what you, you know, the first bit from someone else. That's my interpretation. But you know what almost happened. I The clip you can play. It is the Atlantic cops which was employed by the media I mean I tried to find it by had to go right to the ABC station in Atlanta to play this clip. The Atlantic cops almost went on strike, also breaking tonight, the Atlanta police addressing reports of an officer walkout this comes after reports of Evening Watch patrol officers, ending their shifts abruptly turning in their keys to their patrol cars and going home apd just minutes ago, responding to the reports. Reports calling them inaccurate. The Department is acknowledging a higher than usual number of call outs with the incoming shift. Police say they do have enough resources to maintain operations have remained able to respond to incidents, and this comes just hours after former Atlanta. Officer Garrett. Ralph was charged those charges including felony murder, three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and seven counts of violation of an officer's oath. Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard is recommending he not be granted bond. The DA says there is no justification for the shooting. We've concluded at the time Mr Brooks was shot. That he did not pose. An immediate threat of death was interesting just interrupt this the same prosecutor the Atlanta one week ago, he was saying that a Taser is a deadly weapon and should not be used by police. He was saying it was absolutely lethal deadly weapon. That was his argument one week ago yet pointing it at someone and firing, it is not. Menacing. Physical injury to the officer or officers, the DA says the other officer. Devon Brosnan has agreed to testify against Ralph for the prosecution, but CNN says tonight Brosnan's Russian attorney denies that he's agreed to testify or plead guilty Brosnan faces three charges aggravated assault for standing on Rashard Brooks shoulders, and then to of violating his oath of office. District Attorney Howard has recommended a fifty thousand dollar bond. So without getting into that just quickly. I WANNA I wanNA I wanNA. Get to your Your APP new abnormal. At what is happening in education is really we need to look at it. Very closely, and what are your children? Being taught seen vogue. Teen Teen Vogue has an article out this week. Who is Karl Marx? Meet the anti-capitalist scholar. The communist scholar ideas are more prevalent than you might realize, and they go into this you know. Of course he was even though it was really English. Who wrote it and then and marks with basically a blogger, but okay they. They really hype them up. Talk about all these other great pieces of work that he did three volumes of dust copy tall You know the which of course eventually turn into the first international I mean all these socialist ideology and here we have a quote public high school teacher Mark Brunt, teachers excerpts from the Communist manifesto alongside curriculum about the industrial revolution in his English clash. He uses the jungle by Upton Sinclair published in nineteen. Oh, six, that revealed the exploitative workplace conditions of the Meat Industry in Chicago. So, he does role playing with this class. But I got to wonder. What are they come? What are these kids walking away with? I wonder if that same teacher talks about Upton Sinclair I'm very familiar with him. I know you I know you're the. Lateness life he meant he mentioned that the jungle was largely fictionalized and most of was bullshit. I'm sure he mentioned that to the children I probably don't think you're right. When I teach marks, it's got a lot to do with questions of how to think critically about history mark says we live under capitalism, but capitalism has not always existed it. Just it goes on and on and on so I. This isn't teen. Vogue Yup. Zoom acknowledges it suspended activists accounts at China's request says NPR. And there's even the forty five communist goals for America. That is resurfacing. That was that that's she. That's when I was born. That came out. So these things are. It's not bad to you know to have. It's good to learn. All kinds of ideologies of course is just. How is it being presented? And do parents agree that I don't care if I agree with your kids. Your kid to your your your kids learning about being radicalized. The Yeah that's pretty much what's going on. But you know. Right under your. Noses, exactly so I feel that there is a huge influence. Right down a little Austin Texas from the Chinese Communist Party. And who knows what now part of the culture? They were supposed to be very involved with south by southwest this year of course that fell through. now I'm thinking. Adler probably canceled because they told them to. Ultimately was good decision. I guess because all the surges back. You know we're all dying here in Austin right? Yeah! I got understood that yeah! Ninety five degree weather Gallia. Now we're we're. We're totally dying actually. If you WANNA hear it, it's kind of funny. Or was it. Here it is yes. He was on NPR NPR. Our mayor was about the actually I should set this up just a little bit. The the governor has not made mass mandatory. Now. We're going through the surge. Which means we've gone up to I think twenty two people. Who have been hospitalized per day twenty two. Was Three million people in Texas twenty two. Of course. Retail is opening up again. And what is every retailer doing whether is suspicion and some just to get started because they promise it, they're doing testing and they're testing employees. Ninety eight percent has zero symptoms, but yeah, it's a test and Oh my God. It's going up. What are we gonNA. Do the surge stay indoors so Adler. The Mayor Adler Time Code. Zero Mayor Adler wrote a note with I think eight other Texas mayors. I know we can't supersede you 'cause. Law and Shit, but could we at least make mass mandatory? Please so I think they've come to some kind of compromise where it can be enforced in retail locations, but when Adler was on NPR this, I found this to be very interesting in particular how he winds it up and ultimately tells you why you need to wear masks Texas. Governor Greg Abbott is sticking with the plan for a phased reopening. Austin Texas would rather not Steve. Adler extended stay at home order yesterday amid news of rising corona virus, cases mayor, Adler is on the line good morning, Sir Morning Steve and I guess we should mention. This can only be stay at home. Advice actually right? You can't give an order. That that's that's certainly the conventional wisdom. We know it's the law. We've been preempted by the state. It's the law at this point. I can just make recommendations to the community and recognize. The community actually chooses what happens regardless of what the governor allows or doesn't allow our individual choices. Add Up to what our community responses, and apparently he knows exactly what that is well. How serious is the increase in cases where you are it? Oh, it did at the beginning of what looks like A little surge. The Sir little surge at the beginning of a surge. We're testing retail employees. You Dick confirmed. Cases are up ninety percent this week over last week our new hospital. Up Fifty eight percent week do we get from twelve to twenty two s? We should mention that Governor Greg. Abbott declined to order the use of face masks The CDC CDC I believe is recommended them, but president trump declined to wear them. Do you see a lot of face masks around? In places. You know you go into to grocery stores in everyone's wearing a mask, employees and customers alike. But you go into other now. That's not true. That is just not true at both at Heb and now at whole foods, people are not wearing masks. wholefoods is almost one hundred percent heb six sixty percent. That's really our Texas local grocer. Sixty percent have masked. No one has a problem. No one's I went to the car wash yesterday for the first time in months I walk in in. The the young lady there behind the counter has mask on my say. Hey, that's really refreshing. I get to see a face. She says yes. I Typically Mirror the clients of they walking with a face mash. Put the mask on, and this is how ridiculous it is. No one's believe in this, but okay. Let's go to restaurants or some of the some of the clubs you go in, and then you see you don't see any I think we can. Yeah, please wear a mask while you're eating and open opera at least try to open up parts of the economy if people would just. Follow orders where the base coverings I know it's inconvenient. I know it's hard. I know it's a nuisance. Not Helpful I. Know It's all of those things. And it's hard to do and people don't like it, but at the same time our community has to decide just how much we value. Folks in our community that are over sixty five and older that we have to decide how much valuable lives of the communities of color. Suffering disproportionately because of that, yes, that's it. If you don't wear a mask, your race says thank you. That's what I was waiting for. I'm a racist. That guy is so getting voted out. I might as well do the Mass Inc I might as well do. The mask has got two clips, and then we're done. foued, she lied to us and he doesn't give a shit. And he's admitting he lied. Isn't news. That cheated lied from day. One was the hydrogen meeting where equip admitting admitting he lied. He's admitting he lied in this clip and it's about face masks, because if you recall in the beginning, no, no, no, don't worry about. The mass really doesn't help. Don't need it that much, and he was asked about this. What about month or so a two or three ago when people were saying? You don't really need to wear a mask while the reason for that is that he says people CDC officials. At might have been. You found my sister. We're mask while the reason for that is that we will concern the public health community and many people are saying this will concerned that it was at a time when personal protective equipment including the end ninety five masks, and the surgical masks were in very short supply, and we wanted to make sure that the people namely the healthcare workers who are brave enough to put themselves. Themselves in harm ways to take care of people who you know who were infected with the coronavirus and the danger of them getting infected, we did not want them to be without the equipment that they needed so there was not enthusiasm about going out and everybody buying him or getting a mask. We were afraid that that would deter away. The people really needed it so instead of saying American people please do not. Not Buy mask right now. We're working on. The problem is very important that our first line healthcare workers have the proper mask. Please do not buy anything yet. Just hold on for a second. We're working on. No, you didn't trust the American people instead you had to lie now. We have masks. We know that you don't need an end ninety five of your person ordinary person in the street. We also know that. That simple cloth coverings that many people have can work as well as mask in many cases so right now. UNEQUIVOCALLY, the regular nation is when you're out there particularly, if you're in a situation with his active infection, keep the distance physically and wear a mask so although there appears to be contradiction of you were saying this then then. Why are you saying this now? Actually the circumstances have changed. That's the reason why. It's I find that baffling. Okay well, thanks. We were too stupid, so that's why you had to lie to us, but it turned out the actually kind of important, and we could have used any kind of face covering. so annoying this guy and confirmed it is indeed his wife who is in charge of exemptions for bio medicals. Biologics, I think is what it's called for vaccines. Miss Grady not even the same last name that go ahead and ask at the dinner table. You, even ask your your millennials there. Said, do you think that's a conflict of interest I? Think they'll say yes. To the guy who was running the vaccine industry almost. Gets approval. For exemptions for biologics which vaccine, so they don't have to go through rigorous testing and they get indemnification. Is His wife. Seems. Odd to me. Anyway this is spilled over so vastly. This mask bullcrap that now as massive exotic contrast. As you predicted. No, you didn't even predict you recognize it. Mask on Democrat mask off Republican Nadler held session yesterday, and this is what happened. Gentleman yields back. I want to announce that. According to what I said this morning. The attending physician of the House has said that it is imperative for the health and safety of people in this room that. Members wear that members wear masks I would greatly prefer that all presence simply uphold a of the committee by complying with reasonable safety standards that are recommended by attending physician and respectful all the occupants of this room. I've been greatly lenient today. However I will tell you now that anyone who is not wearing a mask will not be recognized to speak period. Who Seeks? RECOGNITION MR chairman. The Miss Escobar so that's that's a Republican is calling seeks recognition is. Miss Escobar was chairman of point of Parliamentary Escobar's recognized. The Clinton's basically skip right over the Republican as he just threatened to do. Because you don't have a mass, I'm not even recognizing. You tried repeatedly to make his point. Repeatedly. Miss Escobar has the time. It's our side. Just had a democrats hours. Has. Such an idiot the skips over the Republicans altogether so. Escobar. Miss Escobar has the time Mr Chairman Mr Escobar has mister Lou mister eulogised smoke it's. Publicans, turn and Mr. McClintock has tried now for several minutes to be recognized on a point of order. There's no point of order, but whose mission to see Mr Chairman I seek recognition for appointed parliamentary inquiry. Gentlemen Status Pointer Parliamentary I would like the chairman to site. The house rule requiring members to wear masks in house proceedings. If we had such a vote I, don't recall it. If we have such a vote I will vote against it, but I will be happy to abide by it. It's how so decides until then. I would like you to cite me that rule since obviously the. The. Chairs Authority to enforce the preservation of order decorum during committee proceedings derives from the Speaker Enforcement Authority under close to rule one, and then went on for minutes talking about who had the right to require mass. This is so unproductive. The rotting fish head right there Jerry Nadler Neil Jerry arm. Sorry you can't. Necessarily go, he can't. He can't ever get up. He can't do. So and as you know, I just tied all up of course, had a lab and Wuhan. So the CCP and I really trying to be careful, not saying China, but saying that CCP Chinese Communist Party is are not our friends. And they had no. We need to reinstall the House. UNAMERICAN activities committee from the fifties. We're trying to root out communist well. Let's get the Church Committee and everything in them while we're at it. A lot of things we need to resume Nadler. Just going all he does is just looking for to slam. Trump does his whole goal in life. He's not doing any good judiciary committee and the whole Democrat run. Congresses were House is useless pretty much. Or they've all sold out. I mean it's frightening. How much they've sold out. I saw a one of a snippet of one of the rogan episodes. Where he goes after these stupid, a holes did that that clip that I provided a few shows. A Bill I'm responsible I my fault, the Hollywood psychoanalyzing. Him in a couple of other Hollywood folk stages rip these people. Rightly so. A whole bunch of parodies about it. So, there's so this. The Chinese have not. Ceased over the yet CC by the should say here. We really don't take me a while me, too, but. and I don't think it's that important Chinese. We know what we're talking about. But these these a holes have been problematic when we were at Meteo. There was some you remember. There was some demonstrate ish in and it was. There was Ken's local media concern that the Chinese were somehow involved with this demonstration. The the Chinese nationals. And I went outside during this thing, and there was a bunch of Chinese going by. Can I know that there's been a local California Chinese not to. They don't all look alike. Local Chinese look a lot different in some guy that just stepped off the. Airplane. Beige, say voter man person. Yes. Yeah, Oh, it totally! Their culture is so incredibly different when it comes to. Public personal space. Matters Pump manners that we consider manners the different. That's fine. And as we discussed on the show before, if you bring it to their attention to hey, man, can me some space. That's what we do here. Oh, I'm sorry the back off right away. They don't know it. But the CCP now these these these guys are no good. So. Let's talk about the new abnormal because I'm sure it ties into this and adapt. This is curious because they were way too many clips, but they're all good. The problem was is I normally. Do my clips for some reason. I put the new abnormal and new abnormal. Making me think I had less clips, but now. As long as you let me know which one has the in front of it, we're good. Okay well, this is a new abnormal. And this is the this is the one that just says new abnormal and advertising, and this is the longest clip. Then talk about your pin Tucker. Later Stop Stop. Little little setup needed. To new abnormal podcast with Rick. Wilson one of the guys from that. Lincoln project are who claims to be a Republican strategist when he's. Apparently Hates Fox News. He hits trump hits everything every republicans ever existed, and he's just a Democrat. Who did he worked for I? Mean Shirley has some Republican credibility then from the past. Not that I know Wilson I'll check them out. Look him up, and then he's working with this woman molly What's her? Thong. Molly Jong Fast and she is Erica. Jong's daughter and she is have a I. Don't know I can describe, but she sounds like a witch away. She laughed. And she she's a Democrat Socialist, and and she has. She she out. I don't have a lot of respect for because. She outed her mom a Salon magazine article because she got married and she stayed. She has she's not like a libertine like she called her mom talked about her. Our Mom Erica Jong famous brighter about sex. Used to wander around the house naked, and then they had a A bunch of open three psalms had a clipper for here clip of her during an open threesome. Mine. Inevitable dog. That's her in so the. Then? She mentioned she had I guess. She apparently had betty free. Dan from the sounds of it over for three summit was just a disgusting. What is going on a Somali here is the CO host of this podcast? You got new abnormal in advertising in new abnormal advertising tucker. Which ones were you plan there? Tucker, you only want the. I see it came first in the run-up all right. Yes I see it is long. Okay here we go. Hey folks with us today. As Matt Rid it's the founder of sleeping giants, which is an online campaign to de-fund hate and bigotry in the media. They have been doing absolutely amazing work in pressuring advertisers to get off sites like Breitbart and shows like the Tucker Carlson frozen fish racism, our and Frau Ingram's white power hour on Fox. They are bringing this. This is Rick Wilson. Yeah. Frau Ingram I have to hand it to him. I liked it. Frau Ingram this is. Good, back it up a little bit. Tucker thing was union. Power our the dead fish white power our. Absolutely amazing work in pressuring advertisers to get off sites like Breitbart and shows like the Tucker Carlson frozen fish racism, our frozen fish racism our. What that means but. He. He's jocking it up. This kind of cool and Frau Ingram's our. Or bringing pressure on social media. That's actually managed to drive real results, and we're delighted to have met with us. I'm so excited that you're here today. PODCAST I have a voice like. I'm a big fan of being giant and I'm curious. Can you talk about how you got started with us? Because it's a new kind of thing and I'm kind of confused. How it all started myself. It was all very quick. It was just after the elections two thousand sixteen. You know I just got sort of fascinated with Steve Bannon is I felt like he was a real dangerous guy and he. He, was using. Racism is a tool and to me. It wasn't a political thing. It was a I'm scared of racism and anti-semitism thing and I had never been at Breitbart before really I wasn't that familiar with it I went the first time, and those articles blew my mind in a really big way and I just didn't think that you could print that kind of stuff and couch it his news. I'm advertising. Still am copywriter and I went onto the to see who is supporting it from an ad perspective and found out that it was kind of every advertiser in the world is just the way that ads are displayed online, and things are monetize online like Google and facebook, and these ad networks where they play all these brands all over the Internet without any kind of care for the brand, or they don't even know where they're gonNA land most of the time so I set up this anonymous twitter handle anonymous g mail account, and took a screen shot of one of the articles. I think it was hoisted high in proud that confederate. A glorious heritage with line and next to an ad for loan company called So-fi and I just tweeted it to the CEO and to the corporate handle because I'd always heard that if you on twitter, and you complain to airline if you're sitting on the runway for two hours, and they just give you like twenty thousand miles for complaining so I'm pretty good at complaining so I! Know. And so I just tweeted it to the company I said, do support. This is at the time. Sieben said it was the platform for the raid and said. Are you supporting the platform for the outright? Is that something you want to do? And they got back to me within you know a day. And then this thing got started, and it just kept going and going going. Going further than I ever thought was joined by Nardini Johnny has been working on this almost from the beginning in. It's been really wild. Other people have joined in, and you know not just on twitter, but to do other stuff and to do some research, and it's been a crazy wild ride. That just continues to go despite the fact that I would love to hop off. Does he make money with this? At, this point I don't know, but I do know. He's got professionally designed a logo with a fist clenched. Yes, which is socialist symbol, a cultural appropriation, best builder, some of that and I. Don't know if he makes money. He probably still. He still works as Advertising Guy, so I can't say for sure. I would say we could to We could go. To play the the new abnormal. Are W one as you wanNA, play this. He never never thought about it before. He also isn't a good reader. Even on the prompter. He's not a good reader the only time to. Come back to that I don't know what let's go to the new abnormal in advertising tucker. This is when you were playing originally. So then talk about your pivot to Tucker, so tucker him come 'til later, but the next one was really bill O'Reilly and all those articles came out that said Bill O'Reilly was sexually harassing women on at Fox and the network had settled thirty two million dollars in sexual harassment, suit's former something, and so there was a big outcry on because it's really a community that everyone's like. We should do something about their so I've been out of all. Everyone said Yeah. We gotTA GET INVOLVED IN THIS SO I. I was like Shit I. Don't WanNa Tangle Fox really that seems really scary, but i. just think we decided. Let's go for it. And it was within which created these bill O'Reilly facts so things that he'd said over time things about his settlements, etc, and we tweeted those to advertisers said. Do you support this? And within two weeks forty, the mid last, and there are other organizations involved too, and that, but you know forty advertisers left, and then he went on a vacation, and never came back throws. A real eye opening thing because this is just a twitter handle in a facebook page. That's all it is. There's no real organization. There's no funding, no anything and so just sit here and go. Wow like my phone and all of a sudden. This guy that's got the number one show on cable. It's being a horrendous person is suddenly gone. All we're doing is appealing that he felt good to their brands and appealing to their corporate policies and providing information, and that seems to work. This is sort of asymmetric warfare. Is You guys hit move and they can't hold up their own behavior to the light. That's why. A lot of the corporate folks that I've talked to about your effort and others have said things like well. Look I've got. Or Y. to sixty pluses I gotta be on Fox, but there comes a point that cost benefit. Equation flips over and I think we're kind of past it now as you said they've been looking for eyeballs for so long and just chasing demographic, and they don't think what they're paying for. Is actually they're investing in more of that? It can bounce back on their brands pretty significantly, so advertisers haven't thought this way before, but now especially on the Internet they're paying for the free Internet, so what they choose to invest in is what's GonNa win, and it's GonNa be the thing that's pushed forward unfortunately for them. They don't know where they're landing at the time, but they're all these studies that basically say the brands showing up on negative content dramatically affect consumers. View of these brands suggest to be clear this is. Media matters is not the actual noodle gun. What happens is all these companies purchasing giants not I'm sorry. Sleeping giants well neither are. Its once they've done their job. The brands everyone goes away starts to start to virtue signal then when they're still doing something bad. That's when the needle gun strikes with. This is this is the setup and this has been going on. Yeah, I mean but. Sleeping giants. Stands on the shoulders of media matters which started with the Clintons think? DSP media matters old fashioned? Yes, I agree angry. This is a modern thing. This guy's doing, but but he says he kind of invented it, but no. This was done by the right wingers years ago. These Christian operations. And, for some reason, they all kind of stopped doing it, and there's no been no counter to media to their sorry sleeping giants And he talks a beat. The this was delong interviewed by the way, and he goes on and on about how this formed in Brazil because they're out to get BALSA narrow, it's just a bunch of lefties that are that are harassing. The right into. The right the right has done nothing to counter any of it. And these guys have been losing. Their jobs left and right. Yeah, that was Tucker Wright try it did newt new abnormal Tucker to. K. E. Homa seconds a new abnormal, not the Oh! So Fox right now, your folks. You're looking at Fox right now. Are Basically Tucker and Frau Ingraham? Horrendous, it's every night you know. Someone called it the white power hour and I don't think that's that are off. It's not even coded so much anymore and I'm a grand. I don't understand why any brand don't want to be associated with that. I understand they're probably going to get a great deal on eyeballs right now, but why would you associate with someone that says that white supremacy is a hoax? I just don't get that. The brand especially these brands that right now they're doing. These black lives matter tweets and diversity and inclusion clauses very public on their website. That's how this works. It's just like okay. Your Advertising Tucker Carlson, but it says. Here that you strongly believe in diversity and inclusion, so why would you sponsor that? And so? That's always the logic. That's yeah. We understand your logic. It's lifting by their own petard. Let's play He now he talks about Kellogg he's there is. There is a Gotcha in their strategy, and they discuss it in this clip, which is the new abnormal or not the just new new abnormal, Kellogg and sinclair besides Kellogg's. Who did you find the sort of big ones where you got? The menu were like kids. Sort of turned the time it was endless. I mean like I, had people from Mars that were like wanting to talk on the phone and said like these are ten brands that we're going to remove from here and we would like you to announce this very publicly. On and that's now we support and like that's the goal. To come out and not be in favor racism enough that can I just. This is a white guy. I presume this is the difference what an idiot. This guy is a total idiot. Have you never seen Al Sharpton? Have you never watched Jesse Jackson that's Your Business Model? You could be so successful with this if you only pressured him for some money now you're doing it for free. The thing that's that's the most dangerous part about it. This guy thinks he's doing the world a favor and when he talks about, he says I can't believe they, wouldn't he? There's other aspects because I listened to the clippers and just interrupted this. I just want to bring this. He talks about these operating may be in this, but I don't know east talks about I. Don't understand how he would advertise next to a source of of disinformation. He Calls Tucker show a bunch of this information. He says the same thing with Ingram show disinformation, but whites. US where we take a clip and just dissect it and showing that is where the trickery is. They never never. This no, they just say. They just say white supremacist. That's the Tucker Carlson. He's the white supremacist I know because I've been called that. because. I said I watched him. Oh! You're white supremacist. Okay, right I'd be in favor of disinformation and I think that's happening more and more. Ultra roll back a little bit, so we can hear what he says is pretty good. What Moron I WANNA. Know that's not we support. And that's the goal you want brands to come out and not be in favor of racism, and not be in this information what brand goes out and I'm in favor of racism by my products, fleets and I think that's happening more and more I think last two weeks especially, there's a real awakening around this and this is. Is the Super Bowl. We've been getting ready for for the last three and a half years. It's like okay France finally. Get it what they choose to support with their media. Dollars really drives the conversation, so I know that we look at Fox is like the big, and it is the Mount Everest of right wing racists agitprop could've you guys right wing racist Agit prop. I! Want I want that on a business card. Right, wing racist agit bright. Kinda write it down. It's so fantastic I'd like the gut what he comes up with right wing racist hedge. It propped against very creative. I'm impressed. It's like the big, and it is the Mount Everest of right wing racist agitprop. Have you guys started to look at Sinclair, because they're sort of more stealthy there more at the local station level, and they're doing the same kind of content I really I mean. It's a much more complicated thing, right? It's like it's all wrapped up in local news, and and it is crazy dangerous but again. Again this thing has been really focused on racism and hate, and so it's also just hard to see all that stuff. There's so many channels, and there are so many people saying things. We're in an information war right now, and this is a huge problem, and I'm really hoping that like industry groups get together advertising and say. What do we believe in here? You know now that I think about it. Mike, the the my pillow guy. All of a sudden, he started selling sheets. Just saying. She may be a case sheet supplier. I think we should discuss. That just doesn't seem like he's on the level. Let's play now. This one has the this is the new abnormal are w one, and then we'll follow that with two. He's never ever thought about it before. He also isn't a good reader even. That's about talking about Tucker. Right No, he's talking about trump. Oh, we'll go back again. Never never thought about it before. He also isn't a good reader. Even on the prompter. He's not a good reader. The only time trump comes across a seeming like he's engaged with the material is in the US is is in the Ad Lips racism. Yes the racist. My goodness. Nice, so. That little clip to be the most interesting of the whole thing just through right in there for no reason just dislike turrets racism. At living, is equals racism. Stick to the script, you racist. Man So the. This is even it's actually gets worse. This is the same. Can I ask you? With a little more context, this is just a question. I need. Cash you a question. To think that these people lead normal lives. They seem very obsessed with trying to find things that they can connect into. Commie agit-props, but do you think that they're happy and well? Let me here's this. I wanted to say this earlier during your presentation. I cannot lost track of it, but. I have two neighbors next door that are neurologists and they're usually. They have houses all over the country and they were in. Error. Apparently in Georgia or northern Florida House and they couldn't get back to their normal New York route. They just moved back into the house next door. Car Out of the driveway was it a bummer? Sorry, which means you had to take your your car out of their driveway. That's what always happens. Actually keep it. Okay okay, so they so one of them the woman is. is on the balcony and she says Hainan because I'm GonNa. You know. Were there earshot and I. Come over and chat whether a little bit and Dave. You know they're. They're real liberal progressives. Trump is unbelievable. and. They are in Florida, and they went along with the whole thing. Down today never left the house and they're. Just went along with the program, right? And I was looking. She looks sick I'm actually concerned. Actually could drop dead at any point. How old is. How they're probably in their. Early seventy seven. Yeah very badly in home. White. As a sheet! Unhealthy looking it's like said looks like you're looking at it. Your Zombie, a person and I'm thinking this is interesting because the Democrats. All our mask wearing re lot of carbon dioxide in those masks like yeah, they put a bag over your head and not for good stuff. Not for. It's dare the ones that are suffering the consequences. Not the Republicans who don't wear the mask sheet and go outside. gaul exactly. So. They're killing their own. Or calling calling, it could be calling. All, right, so here's the same clip is a little more extension Louis extension to. Thought New Abnormal W.. Two is in this is is in the Ad Lips the racism. Comes alive when he against to say racist stuff. Look when you see the window open into Donald Trump's ego or his head. That's when it's real. That's when you hear the real thing, and you can see those moments in this speech. He didn't really break away from the speech much, but if you look at trump reading off a prompter, and then what he jumps out of character, hold on, is this is still they still talking with the with the with? The jolly green giant guy. Yeah, but they jumped dig into a tangent. That I thought was amusing. Okay, so it's, but it's in that context. So was like racist racist, racist? Hair, Ingram, Frau, warfare, Frau, ingram white power hour, trump. That's it okay. I got it orangemen bad too much, but if you look at trump reading off a prompter, and then what he jumps out of character where he's playing the president like a guy, you wouldn't hire for a day. Part jumps out of character. I don't understand what character. Is he playing I'm just playing. Clips together. When he breaks out and he's the Real Donald Trump. That's when it's genuine, but just like all these. He's played the president in a stroke. Part nineteen movie for five minutes and reading authors tell how one thousand nine hundred ninety call the reference back after as if he is whacked out on thorazine, he's basically only genuine when he's making fun of people, insulting people aggrandize himself or soaking racial hatred. Right so that's what really comes on the rest of the time. It's like President Zombie. Do much for me. This is a podcast, but a great invention. No kidding proud of this congratulations Mr Curry. Good were all right, so let's play now. I got two more left in this kind of the interesting one to me. This is the new abnormal, the new abnormal Tucker. I think this is Tucker three Oh. No, no, no! Oh. We never played tucker three. Let's play New Normal Tucker three, and then then I got two left. Okay, yeah, let me ask you this. Who are the big advertise? I mean not not like my pillow and fish oil supplements. Who are the big? They're coming. They're coming left on those shows at night. Now they're almost down to nothing. I think from big advertisers. Sandals is probably the biggest advertising. They seem to stick with them. No matter what sandals clemency a Beach Bahamas. That are GONNA be. Fine Yeah. If you WANNA stick with it, that's on you and that's what you believe in, and that's fine, but most of them don't, and they've all kind of run for the hills for the most part because people are just. They're noticing it now. They see it and consumers. Most consumers aren't down with racism. perserve but most of them are so just want to avoid that. I A comment about that, but I want your next clips are so back. We'll let me get these two out of the way we can come it I think by the way that they will him calling claudia a beaches actionable. Yeah I I think. It's make work that yeah. I would okay now now now this is the part these clips kind of point out a certain kind of hypocrisy that that. These sorts of people always exhibit. So cocksure about everything, so they talk and talk and talk and so piracy just kind of comes in there because they don't. They're not looking for it, so this is the new APP nor the new abnormal three kicker. So that's the reason. The daily caller foundation goes after you because it's funded by anonymous tax deductible things by who don't want their fingerprints on a either, but they're certainly happy to have the little all right millions out there playing their little games. Man! I would love for this legislation that happens at some point, and I doubt that it could that an outlet on their website will have to list their ownership on the front page because we need to know who's funding these messages, because it doesn't matter which political ideology it is bad. Have someone behind something and we don't really understand who's paying a will be careful what you wish for. So, he said there's one guy direct comes is as well you know there's anonymous jerk going so let's go, but. Earlier you, you may or may not have missed it but I have a five second sub clip. After listening to his all, we should have legislation about these people, so we know who they are because they're all anonymous. Listen to this clip, new abnormal and advertising sub clip. Set up this anonymous twitter handle anonymous gl account and took a screen shot. Of course anonymous. He got out and started off as an anonymous guy himself well the daily, but nobody else can do it, but the daily caller outed him. That's why he's pissed off. The daily caller out at him, and then the new. York Times got wind of it, and so then he had to come clean and admit that it was him. Yeah well. Gee Poor, baby yeah. Well here's here's kind of the the funny, the funny part of this. Variety did a piece about this. So the advertisers when they're pressured by Sleeping giants or media matters, whoever's but sleeping giant? They call up. Fox and they say hey fox. Reallocate. And so Fox just reallocates that. That commercial into a different time slot that is not being pressured as so basically anything but Tucker, Carlson. Actually their media spend remains the same they do. They do not spend any less money and the exposure is not during Tucker show, but it actually gives Fox News the opportunity to sell ads. Even if the my pillow guy. To other entities. They are making more money because of this. That's that's what I'd find the funniest. Well they think doing everyone a favor and Not with that trick. That's not working. That's not working. Advertise. Like yes sure, but they're not. They're not pulling their ads to getting the same reach. They're getting the same ratings not identifiable in that particular segment. Fox's content is pretty neutral. I mean. Did you say sir? Bear I? Mean it's just like any other newscast. Yeah, I'd say so well. Hannity is anything but. He's just this is. This is drunk. Glad you mentioned that because this came to mind, was watching something yesterday and I was watching Hannity interviewing trump Lindsey Graham. Oh, yes, that was trump came on right and night. Yeah, exactly and I said well. This is interesting. Hannity is never mentioned as a target. No I know that limbaugh was targeted. Once he wormed his way out of it, but Hannity I don't recall an Hannity. Is the TUB thumper for the Republican Party. I don't understand why why they don't target him the only thing I can imagine. Is. He has deep his I think his parents were both FBI maybe CIA. He always wears an FBI and CIA pin. Every day was talking about it. Yesterday mentioned it. He was boasting about it. Yeah! So maybe has I don't know. Maybe he's got some protection somehow, but he's also boring I mean he's like a block of granite. Just says the same thing over and over again. I I was waiting for trump and I cut out after Lindsey Graham. I can't watch this anymore. It's too stupid. Lady G Lindsey Graham Lady G hear about that. No, it was apparently he was outed for trolling for male prostitutes. I heard handle lady G. It's probably. You probably is but. But yeah, so Hannity is never mentioned. Never mentioned. He wasn't even mentioned he doesn't get now. targeted. Mis Lynch something up with him Lindsey Graham in the streets, lady g and the sheets. God I got a kick out of it. You'll muse yourself. Someone sent me a forty three. One of our producers sent me a forty through second Rick Wilson anti-trump Rant, which he edited together one to it. Sure Donald, trump has rescheduled. His June teeth rally in Tulsa in the Oklahoma Stan province is now moved it to a day later right and has summoned a Loya Jirga of his trump hotties. I'm mixing all kinds of metaphors. All you Middle Eastern scholars. Just let me roll is so that next Saturday? They're going to have super spreader Palooza. It's like A. Concert for Maga people in Tulsa either this rally set to be sort of a delicious toxic slurry of everything. It's got trump racism. It's got someone dividing the country along racial lines in a moment where everything's calm, racially speaking, it's got the chance to jam. People into an arena to serve as plague bearers for the super spread of covid. It's just got everything. We should keep our eye on this guy. A signaling were troubles ahead. You know it's going to be a mess in Tulsa. You know it's going to be a mess. You know that they're going to strike. They're going to do something that's going to be nasty. You can just wait for it. Go back to the. Discussion of striking and the fact that the Atlanta Police Department may have done a walkout. I am waiting for one of the police departments to go on strike. Yeah and I'm surprised it hasn't happened already. And there's an and has happened before in history in the seventies, it happened a number of places including New, York City the police went on strike, and it becomes a real problem for the every now. Is this are all police unionized? All police departments lot police are unionized and this is another thing that gets me. Why is the the left the talking points a democracy now folks to rick. Wilson there world, these people, all big pro union, pro union, and then when the police union comes along. They're not pro union with them. Why. What is different about any unions or unions? If you're a pro union person and you're like unions, and then the first thing you hear when you mentioned well, you know certain people shouldn't have to unionize. Government workers probably, but then the biggest, Jesus. Me Yeah S. The to service employees, international and American Federation of State Government and municipal workers. That's the. Operation and these are giant unions of of government workers that are sold totally supported by the Democrat Party, but a police union. Is Not now? What's the difference? You like to teachers unions, but you don't like to police because the police unions that they decide to go on strike, everybody in a in an old fashioned way, all the unions have. Stop Work here's. Here's. So with this union would the striking officers get a some kind of wage from the Union is that? Is that still a case? That's still a thing like guards fund forty specific fund because you know these guys. Don't make a lot of money man. They don't make a lot of money most of them. Will during these riots, ears, a lot of cops in some jurisdictions or making two hundred bucks an hour, so they're happy with the overtime. Yeah, I'll send you out into the riot and give you two hundred bucks an hour. Well I'm not going okay now. The the point is though unions do a lot of things for for for the people in the Union and one of them is to keep. Members from getting fired. So, they make a big fuss now. When the New York Teachers Union has teacher WHO's getting fired. They put him in the rubber room. where it gets paid is full Sarah. Celery doesn't do any work and that's apparently okay. But when a policeman's union keeps a cop from getting fired for whatever reason. that's bad. So how is it baton? You make up your minds. If you're going to be pro union, you have to be all in which means that the police unions is a legitimate as any other union a union. It keeps cops from getting fired. It defends policemen's writes. It does all the things that unions do, and I find it baffling and democracy now is the worst case to this that these pro union trotskyites. They're all over the place, and they're all in the broadcasters. They're all everywhere. And now they're teaching kids to be Marxist, which is fantastic? They're all for all this stuff into except for this one. Makes no, sense Those? Interesting showroom gave me a lot of pushback. Cops make a lot of money. They get paid a lot for driving around. Not Doing Shit. Okay trolls, I see in. Forty nine, thousand, sixty five thousand dollars a year in Austin in Austin. Yeah, you're getting by. Your wife is working. Around is support for the police is not I mean. This is not gonNA work out. I mean if you remember somebody pointed out during the Nixon's run for president, he swept into office and during the era of rioting and. Police, bashing and is this is set up for trump. Being reelected the way I'm seeing and I don't think anybody on the other side I find this very interesting John. That I see a definite bias amongst our trolls. That cops to shut up at their making enough and with overtime they can make one hundred thousand dollars a very little, very little compassion for them. Interesting. Puzzle Media Yeah that a good job. Yeah I think so too. So. Where are we at now with all this I? Think we're at breakpoint. Thinks so too, and that's why I would like to say in the morning to you and thank you for your courage. The man who put both sees in the. John C Devora. John Fiance Z. Devora. Crane ships around Phoenix. Nights pay in the morning to our trolls. I Love I. Love Our trolls. They they never they never say. Never Boring is always something new with the trolls, and you could be one of them. In fact, you probably are. You just don't know where you bridges. This is the troll room. It's no agenda STREAM DOT COM, no agenda stream dot com is where you go, and you will okay. What happened there? Did you the Mike Fall off? Just moved it Oh okay. I thought it told him. Not only can you sit there and troll along with the live shows, but you can also troll shows that recorded which even funnier, because the host won't respond to you, but you'll have other trolls around you and it gets to be. 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Well it and it's still the old layout I. Don't have the desk yet, but we were working working at night. You. Know what I'm talking about. No. Okay? It's working. It's a work in progress is what I'm saying? Hey, there is stuff going on all over the world and. A couple people sent this to me and I am not surprised that we haven't heard about because of course the in the United States certainly. Why would you expect any other news that? Trump. But in Dijon France. You think it's bad here? Police reinforcements have the send it on the French city of Dijon looking to end a string of violent encounters between rival gangs. The city has seen four consecutive nights of clashes which was sparked by an alleged attack on a sixteen year old, Chechen by drug dealers last week, dozens of men armed with guns and crowbars wreaks havoc on the low income district of crazy last night, setting bins and 'cause alight more Frances. Deputy Interior Minister is indeed jor today, but local officials have called for more government help to stop the violence. Involves rival gangs, armed groups who have taken justice into their own hands under the eyes of the state without any reaction to die along with my colleagues am asking for more resources wig, asking for police asking for justice. Asking for specialist educators in our territories when we must work on the real issues, not simply react. Upon the real issues, and you see the video this Chechen gangs they are dressed completely in body armor. They've got you know semi automatic weapons, and perhaps automatic weapons. They just on the streets Roman shooting in the air. It's pandemonium. As not. That's diversity. Do you think that there'll be a shortage of mustard? The. Region, it turns out you know. We had this thing about the dijon mustard. People have been sending me examples and. It turns out that a very good copy of real dijon mustard actually made by French's. Doesn't surprise me very hard to find. It's a black label, says French's Dijon Mustard style and I had to go back. Look at it. It tastes exactly that hot. It's good muster. His fresh is extremely hot. Right through the nostrils Sabi. Sabi yes, and then it gets stale. It gets stale very quickly, so you buy or any of the various brands of groupon across my my Ma l. e., my my yeah, the Grey poupon is the American Grey poupon has been re blended. That doesn't say like Dijon, but if you buy grey poupon in Canada. You get a real dijon, and it's fairly fresh, and so it's pretty hot when I was still MTV eighty nine and I bought a Rolls Royce Silver, shadow to. It, only had fifteen thousand miles on cost. Seventy thousand dollars was very expect, but it was. It was a classic roles brewster British Racing Green and I drove into Manhattan from New Jersey Single Day. And if you know route three, you go onto the Lincoln, tunnel you have this roundabout. It's kind of a corkscrew to get into the tunnel, and you could be sitting there for forty five minutes listening to Howard Stern, but in the ably in the late eighties someone be honking next to me. Roll down their window and say. Todd and me you gotta be Grey poupon. And of course I did I had. To Jar in my in my my little Dash, yes, why would you like some? Good Times. Well with. All that money well, the Rolls Royce. I ran out of gas in the in in the Lincoln tunnel. That's what that would that ended my My high end car career. Do you WanNa see people angry. Why don't you run out of gas? Imagine a rolls. Royce in the Lincoln Tunnel Friday afternoon. You're the MTV guy with a leather jacket on and the hair. What do you think that experience was like? Most mankind's most hated man in Manhattan. They were throwing stuff at me like milkshakes. It's all going to be in the book. Okay well, we're looking forward to. Let's go to deal the more international stuff. I guess some other stories like the escalating Korean tensions notary North and south yells. Talk about that for sure you gotTA. Clip here, estimator. Yes, tensions are escalating on the Korean Peninsula one day after North Korea shape Shula. What did she say per? Nisha tensions are escalating on the Korean Peninsula one day. North Korea blew up a joint liaison office near the South Korean border. The office was set up after the two thousand eighteen peace talks. North Korea also threatened to send troops back to the border meanwhile south. Korean Unification Minister has offered his resignation as ties between North and south. Korea were worsen. Forgive me if I don't see this as some kind of move by China. Hey causes trouble blowing up. How did they know is going to blow up that they have a good film of it. That's a good question, just an office. Yeah they got blown to Smithereens. It's very as documented I. Mean What okay get your cameras over here. We go CNN crew. Seem seemed a little fishy I to me. It was just okay. Just you know CCP called up and say hey. Kim Jong and make some noise. Man Does do some stuff to make a tough. This WanNa make it took tough. This make trump look bad part of it, and here's the Hong Kong update as presented to us by NPR. Yes, thank you Hong Kong's chief. Executive Carrie Lam is voicing support for China's proposed National Security Law for the city has NPR's. Emily Fang reports lamb as accusing those opposed to the law of demonizing the issue lamb claimed Hongkong had been dramatized by protests against her Beijing backed government over the last year and. And needed such a measure. Beijing has vowed to restore order in the city by increasing its control through a proposed national security law that would require Beijing set up its own public security forces in Hong Kong. Critics worry that the sweeping language of the legislation so far would outlaw near the all dissent and give Beijing control over which legal cases can try and mainland China earlier this week. The deputy head of Beijing's representative office in Hong Kong said that it would reserve jurisdiction over rare cases in Hong Kong under the new law. So how I mean. Is anyone going to step in? Are we going to step in I? Mean this is clearly not cool. What's happening? Now cast step in now where you were already into deep with China. Trump knows that we haven't severed. We can't sever ties because we can't get. They would just stop our supply of drugs for example, not not the bad drugs without the real dry. Everything that take prescription drugs are coming from China and India I. Mean we're so. This was a mistake big one where we lot when locked up with China to such an extreme that we've done in I mean trump's been trying to get US extricated. No one else's interested to. If you want to just turn the country over to China and the globalist, just vote Joe Biden as the way I see it. That's it. That's it. I don't have anymore. No, no, that's international business and screen, yes. Oh yeah, back to their nationals. Have you got all kinds of stuff out? See I. Be Give an entrepreneur. Just just. We can laugh for a second entre. I'm always looking for an entre move. Okay? You Know Martha on Fox Fox News Martha. She's. She's actually she's quite sweet. I, Think Martha Kinda. Where last name she's on Martha before Tucker Carlson after Bret Baier. Yes, she's Martha, so she she and she's Martha. You know you gotta like us. She sweet sweet lady and she She's talking about Chaz I guess the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, and some of some of the demands that the inhabitants of the nation of Chas are demanding, and anyway this is short clip. Ah, for reciting some of that and we're also learning that there is infighting among some of the occupiers, and some signs are rebellion against Razz Simone. Who We introduced you to here on the story last night. One posting on social media that has now been deleted. Read this. I didn't vote for Razz. I thought we were an autonomous collective, an anarchist syndicalist commune at the least we should take turns to act as a sort of executive officer for the week. So that was what she thought was one of the demands. Play that again and then play you the original which came from Monty Python's life of Brian for Razz. I thought we were an autonomous collective, an anarchist syndicalist commune. At the least we should take terms to act as a sort of executive officer for the week. We advocate. Autonomous Connect what I told. You were an anarchist syndicalist commune. We take it in terms to act sort of executive officer for the way, yes. That's a good troll. That's a high level troll. How I liked it a lot. That was damn good. It wasn't life of Brian. What was it was Totally grail I'm sorry. Monty python healthy grail holy grail. Doubt. Boom boom boom boom I like it. That's what you get is what you get, so let's listen to the Beijing update did because they have a covert outbreak in Beijing. Yes, and I have a boots on the ground as well. Health officials in China's say they've locked down a third neighborhood in Beijing where new corona virus outbreak has infected more than one hundred people in less than a week. At least twenty, seven of forty new infections reported nationwide yesterday were in Beijing. Most of the new cases have been traced to a wholesale food market in the capital. Here is the update from our professor who teaches in He's in Shanghai. Shanghai might as well do it now. Here's the news at a Beijing Beijing. Dadi pronounce. You say Beijing Beijing. Beijing close all its schools, large markets in Shanghai are once again doing temperature checks and requiring patrons to wear masks by definition, the COVID tests are worthless at best the claiming that a person is positive for certain DNA or Arna strands that are associated with what is claimed to be the Kobe. However, there's no proof the virus causes illness or the viruses are contagious. Yes, professor, we are! Aware, yeah, people can test positive for viruses, but we all make viruses all the time and given. There's always someone who is sick and there's always someone who'll test positive for whatever the real question is. Why would any government follow the Chinese model? We will probably have internal travel restricted again. Definitely, if anyone went to Beijing, they would have to submit to the ARNIE NASAL SWAB and blood draw test at present. I cannot leave Shanghai. The rule is that no one can enter school campus if they travel outside of Shanghai until after a fourteen day, self quarantine period, my last scheduled day of school was was twenty four, th of June, but the government extended the school year two weeks. Wow, that's dedicated. However the news from Beijing within seventy two hours. We will know if all is modified. I'm still taking vitamin C. E. D.. Three Ace, selenium, magnesium and zinc all the best J. J. C.. J. Are professor in Shanghai. Sounds right sounds about right? Yeah? He's not all big on the testing being true. Well you know this all shakes out in a book probably written about two or three years. Already, it's lead the name of the book right. So I. Kinda Foreign Clip Biden at some event where he's speaking to some kids or something's in other empty audience and I. Two versions that Biden Mumbo Jumbo, one and Mumbo jumbo to I produced number two I, and I went back and said you know I can't do this. I edited so. It's just unbelievable. This guy is makes no sense who's not Donald. Trump doesn't recognize the importance of testing. And now he seemingly decided he doesn't even want to try some basic questions for President Donald Trump. Why don't you enforce the Osha Standards for worker protection? During this global pandemic, what businesses didn't get special special approval folks? Here's the truth. The pandemic is still here. It's GonNa be here for the show before for the for showboat foreseeable future until we get it under control our till we have safe and proven widely available vaccine, Cova nineteen is a fact of nature I've laid out baseline steps of what needs to be done from. Make it work checkless for successful account of recovery for success. KINDA recover. And I put out back in early April. I used to find that it was mean and it was elder abuse. Now I was just enter to well. Let's go to the blog or on bite in this is a woman whose mom had this. which she sir, 'cause Tiaa I, never heard of it a small aneurysm. Small you. She says that she's witnessing the end she's on your old side of elder. Abuse is the blogger. Back up again. They look end so I learned about Roach's I learned about kids jumping on my lap. And I've loved kids jumping on my life. Actually stopped laughing and shaking my head. I'm no GERONTOLOGIST. There's my disclaimer I'm not adopter of any kind. But I've experienced something like that personally. And I just don't think it's something that should be mocked and made fun of. I'll tell you my story. In the early nineties, my mom began having transient ischemic attacks or TA's sometimes called Mini Strokes there associated with. Dementia which is the second most common form? Of Dementia. So for about a decade until her death in two thousand three, I watched her slowly decline. And it was really sad. And a lot of the clips I see a Biden look. Sadly familiar and kind of spooky. Okay yes, Ti, who we have spoken about this on the show. Because that's what my dad had, he had multiple Tia's and was told to take it easy. Stop Booze, and SMOKIN and horn. He didn't. Tia's and then it just it went real fast, and then he was basically. You know not much left at the end. Just for years just completely you start to get paralyze Zola's our. Who any diet eighty? Eighty. And and I saw him just before he died, but I think the last time I saw really coherent was about F- poof six years ago maybe? So that's why fell bad, but not anymore. Says, that's what the Democrat Party wants to do an old man that's on you. Am I gonNA stop. It, we had this story which I still find peculiar, and I this is. We haven't talked about this extreme and we haven't analyzed that. We've still aren't going to yet, and hopefully we won't have because I think. Is I some sort of screw operation? May even be government you know. Some sort of a CO intel pro or was agitprop. Who knows this is the clip Tabu Gulu killer busted in active duty air force sergeant with ties to the far right boo. Blue Movement has been arrested for killing to law enforcement officials in California in recent weeks. Staff Sergeant Steven. CORREO is accused of shooting dead federal. Security Officer in Oakland during the protests over the police killing of George Floyd and may later Correo killed deputy sergeant in the Santa Cruz. County sheriff's Office careers lawyer says the Air Force sergeant had served in Iraq Afghanistan Syria FBI special agent. Jack Bennett spoke Tuesday. To clear. CORREAL elected to Travel Oakland to conduct this murder and take advantage of a time when this nation was mourning the killing of George, Floyd. There is no evidence that these men at any intention to join the demonstration in Oakland. Has Some in the media have asked? That came to Oakland to kill cops. Authorities have also arrested an accomplice of Sergeant. Earlier this month. Federal Prosecutors in Las Vegas charged three other men connected to the far right Google Movement with inciting violence during the recent protests and conspiracy to commit terrorism. The three men also had experience in the US military. Yeah I've seen I've seen this. Pop Up of course, far right extremists Lou. I don't know I. Don't far right. EXTREMISTS WHO HATE COPS? Yeah, this is sounds odd. And then they killed this one guy in Oakland 'cause I remember when he was shot was the day of the riots. And it's just the car just drives up and they said it was like Hispanic Guy I. don't see that this. was that a guy, but it it's to me it's made it may not even be. This guy with did shoot a security guard. Right to me. This is like four Chan troll, or whatever yeah. These guys came from the cult film. Break into electric boo. Glue. Yeah I'm sure I'm sure. Maybe they just made it. I, don't know. I don't leaders I don't see any strange seems to be promoted by the left media well sure because it's scary, looking bunch of dicks. Wearing Hawaiian shirts, which annoys me. With the with the a fifteen's. I've heard it crop up against. Amy Thinks it's important, so maybe was working on a mission that it might. That might be some kind of OP. Seems like an doesn't seem like anyone's really behind. I mean. We had the the jug lows. So what Kinda get, take on them where it could be an onion thing. I don't know. As another story is kind of interesting. This set in poverty law center. Your Boys Yeah. And why is it? My boys all of a sudden. Because I've been tracking them actually a racist hate group for years. My Boys Okay now. They're giving money away. The Southern Poverty Law Center says it's offering thirty million dollars to nonprofit groups in the US had an effort to boost voter registration among those who tend to participate less in elections. Here's NPR's Pam Tessler. The money will be awarded to nonprofit groups involved in expanding access to the polls in Alabama Florida Georgia Louisiana and Mississippi, well, though the effort is intended to be nonpartisan, the grants come amid intense partisan fighting over voting. Voting rules and their impact on minorities and other groups with low participation rates, the southern poverty law center. The voter outreach efforts are especially needed at a time when the nation is embroiled in protests over police violence against African Americans, the grants will also provide a much-needed boost voter registration drives which have dried up across the country due to the pandemic. I am sick and tired of the nonprofits and I don't mean. Actual nonprofits Close to my heart as the Ronald McDonald house, so that's a nonprofit. What's happening here and I identified this years ago in Austin Went Dell has a huge nonprofit foundation and instead of just hiring contractors. They farm it out to smaller one person nonprofits who then deuce. They'll they'll. They'll throw the party or they and they have a mission which is we throw parties for foundations? If something like that, and so then they are nonprofit. This is all this nonprofit stuff and is just vendors, and in this case with systemic. Radicalize radicalism. Is giving money to these little. Not that's black. Lives matter started. Giving money to these little nonprofits is anywhere between forty and one hundred fifty thousand dollars a year, and it can spread it out, and you can't trace it because they don't have to report where the money came from unless it's a lobbying profit to. They don't have to report. Who gave them the grants only what they spent it on? It's. It's the same thing with the IT Austin Austin Justice. Coalition turns out to not even be a nonprofit anymore and now the black lives matter foundation, which was A. Go Fund me. It's it's not the black lives matter people think it is. It's raised millions just because people, Black Lives Matter Foundation. I'll give to them. halfords go your other foundations. Go to act blew. The whole thing is completely. Corrupt and it should be stopped I. Mean We're a nonprofit for a reason because? We did not want anyone telling us that we had to do things. Particularly the government, but now this nonprofit, the easy form nine ninety you just if you're under two hundred thousand dollars, you fill out five things done no taxes and you get a lot of write offs and all and it's creepy. It's creepy. Like like investigated. Good luck. Ta What if you took yourself and make yourself a nonprofit for easy nine ninety, the under two hundred. Yeah, and so can you collect one hundred ninety nine thousand dollars? YOU DO A Name Change Create a second nonprofit. For the easy ninety with a different name. Sure Bill you sure sure sure do five or six say do if you do ten of them. Now you're one point nine million. Sweet? I think this is a way to go. Well, you condemn it. Excuse strategy. Oh Man Hey. Backing rotation twenty five for forty five. We're rolling back the clock. We're going for the twenty-fifth amendment for the forty fifth president because Cleveland. The man is not in good health to CNN's John King. Maybe a separate issue for the president. There was a lot of talk over the weekend. He gave the commencement address at West Point he was walking down the ramp after wasn't he looked a little shaky. The President says no big deal was a downward ramp and it was a little. He says slippery. Day. The Internet the Internet does suggesting. Maybe the president was having some. Balance. Issues here's the straight man. The straight men out there. Could be this. I'm a news reporter, but then of course you got to bring in the. What's her name Abby Phillips. What do we know? But person and trump also responded to this by tweeting about it, and I think it really contributed to the conversation around all of this, and I think what we're seeing here is president. Trump has had these moments. There there's this video. There is also a video of him drinking water and holding both hands that have led some people to question whether he is being transparent about his health again. President trump himself has been one to constantly criticize the the health of his rival, Joe Biden in two thousand sixteen, he criticized the health of his rival Hillary Clinton. But now I think it's a moment where people are looking at these latest incidents. They're also looking at the president's. Long History of His his speech, his ability to sort of convey information. He's sick because he can't convey information accurately. His lying I think is an illness. History of His his speech has ability to sort of a conveyor information accurately that really leads to questions about whether the president is being transparent about his own. Or whether this is a case of hypocrisy, the the trump campaign repeatedly questioning whether Joe Biden is mentally fit now. We're seeing Democrats turning the tables on that message with President trump is while all. Yeah, he's not fit. Watch this. Hearing about it, you know, let me get so. I went to the speech. Listen to this speech socked me up and he gets us long speech and then he walks. Gingerly walk down, this Ramp which may have been slippery whether it's wet or not, it could have been painted. Funny painted could mess liberty or not, but maybe he's wearing his lifts, and it didn't feel comfortable walking down the steps or down. That's what I was thinking. Is You have lifts in your in your already leaning forward. It's it's you're having trouble what you'd have trouble walking on ramp. Yep, and but even then it wasn't that bad. He was a slow going down the ramp, but it wasn't like the way I heard. It described Oh. My God, he could barely walk down the ramp. He was the almost stay stop in. Favor was. He said it was slippery, but it hadn't rained. Slippery when it rains ever been on granted. So So I thought it was nonsense, and then He. Uh. Jog Down at the bottom for some reason I so I just thought they made their their their grasping at straws. It's kind of. And as a lot of it is CNN and this the same guys, these Chinese controlled CNN new. York Times Washington Post. Those three sources are no good MSNBC. We know is no good and that's not controlled by. His. That's just historical. We know the. Home of Matt Lauer. Come home of the protecting of Harvey, Weinstein. Yeah that's NBC. Then, they're comcast I. mean the people should give? They're GONNA, get? They should start hounding the the right wingers than in their operations that are counter to Media matters in the rest of them should start hounding this shareholders about the chairmanship of this of comcast. They're the ones that are called the shots on NBC. They own it I don't think Republicans. Out they used to. Do you do in a religious? Is that it. Will Right now we have the left-leaning Catholics are furious at the president. Is You have this A retired Archbishop Gano. have. You followed this guy with his Not Follow this story at all. Yeah! I had a long chat with one of our producers about trying to clue me and todd trying to clue me into the jesuits and really the Catholic faith has fractions and. and it's over really odd things, but the big. The big break was not going to church in allowing churchgoers to to be locked up, and not even do a you know something outside with cars, or whatever the alternatives were, and because half were well, I'll just say roughly half I. don't know what it is. A lot like well. No, it's just too dangerous and the, and and then you have the ones like will no matter what we should go and you know we have faith in God. We're GONNA whatever it is, there's a rift and it also exists with prolife versus pro choice is also the. There's things going on in the church that. I'm not an versed enough. In myself. But it's there and this arch abusive Vigano he's. He's all in on on these. You might as well just be trump guy. And he sang some smart things, but you look at the pope. The pope is I. Think personally I feel. He is a charlatan. He's not the guy, not the man of God. That's why it was so easy for me to predict them. Direct connection with the devil clearly. Yeah okay, thanks! The out of there was a picture of Greta. Floating around and the sexy picture finally with their hair, loose ball. No, no this the worst picture of her I've ever seen. She actually looks like the devil. which came to mind I gotta find somebody because there is a picture of a demon or something that. This is this shot is fashioned after absolutely sure of it. Feel, sorry for her. Thank Scott Adams for doing something very unpopular, but only something that he is uniquely qualified to do. And he says that he has now been waiting. For seven full days he had a challenge. He wanted anybody to provide current example of systemic racism in America. No one could do it. No one could provide an actual example. and. He goes on to say. That there's all there's people. Throw out stats. Stats like well more black men are killed by cops, white men, and then you say well. No, that's not true. Yeah, but statistically because there's less black men, and it just goes on and on I. Mean we really were looking at stats honestly? would be hey. Why are cops killing men? If you really interested in statistics why what's going on? Why are men being killed? Why are men in jail more often? But no, that's not. That's not what it is. And he said there is not a single serious statistician on the left or the right who will come out and defend defend the statistics that are being used for systemic racism because they know they can't. I think it's really brave of him to do that because you don't make yourself popular with the black lives matter crowd, but it needs to be discussed. We need to look at this. Does this is like Tucker Carlson's supposed- disinformation, but the difference here is in my mind. Black lives, matter and focusing on the cops is a cover up. In plain sight! Even, if it's just the policies, let's just say it's the policies and the training and the train. If you have really good training, you will not do certain moves. You will not shoot under circumstances because it's reflexes muscle memory. That's why it's called training. These are because of the policies of the very same people who are now saying it's all the police's fault. It's a huge cover up, and it's going under this banner of systemic racism, which no one seems to be able to prove Jim Crow actually did end. It's off the books. So show me the systemic. I'm very interested. Good on Scott Adams for doing that. Show me this stomach. Racism. Try almost. Try One more thing. I'd like. Show me this Blah Blah Blah. Morning, blue! I. Know. Trying to get out of this. Yeah. Yeah follow. Gary Ours We. We. Did we're going to name? Names, location of our donors ready to go. Here there because we do have some special. Call outs for some bothers in here and you're going to be on the lookout for them as I blow through the names, okay. This away. It's GonNa work. 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All three of them I work VISA Putin forever well. That's too much. That's too. Much work too much work executive decision. Experience. And then we'd works with doesn't work, so we have a screwball thing in California where the PG and E. Company was now charged with murder. Really. Yes, I don't know what they're gonNA do about it well. They're going. Put someone in jail for life. For what what's the deal? The California Utility company a has confessed to killing eighty four people as at pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter charges over its role and starting devastating fires in northern California in two thousand eighteen. The fires destroyed eighteen thousand structures. County District Attorney Mike Ramsey described the plea deal as unprecedented. In our North County Board today saw something. Unprecedented nature that major united. States Corporation. Pleading, guilty to eighty, five only counts eighty, four of which were homicide counts, I, always killing eighty four johnny citizens. Wow. So. How how does that work who who gets the electric chair? This is classic democracy. Now there's no analysis nobody coming onto. Say Well. What's this all about? who gets the put someone in jail or issues? Where there you have it? She idea. I'll do this. Hydroxy chloroquine updates since. Gas You WANNA say some I'm just saying. Everyone's scratching their heads. Well there's your democracy now. transparency explaining everything to you. So the FDA. I believe it was the FDA removed hydroxy chloroquine from the emergency use. Truthful Houston just. It's one of those days. Man Joe Shut up. Because apparently it doesn't work. It's not effective, and it could even interfere with the official drug. You're supposed to like which is reminiscent here, so we have to discount it even more and here's a local report from Houston at Houston's United Memorial medical, center dozens of patients with the corona virus taken hydroxy core quit. The drug was traditionally used against malaria until the pandemic broke out. We have a survival rate of more than ninety nine percents Dr Joseph Marrone is the chief medical officer here. Works! I know that a lot of people think that it doesn't, but you know. We have tweeted more than a hundred patients in the hospital with works, chloroquine on the patients have done wealth. The FDA has now revoked. It's emergency. Use authorization saying the drug is not likely to be effective in treating covid nineteen and the benefits no longer outweigh the potential risks such as heart problems hydroxide request should never made it to my point a Chinese this woman. Emergency US DR legal. Coburn is an infectious disease, specialist and associate professor at Baylor College of Medicine just sounds like the infectious disease expert would know all about this seems like it's two different types of practice. She says the drug can have harmful. Side effects are haste to make. Better, we wanted to try everything. Sometimes by doing that will actually blake at worse. Usually it takes about three to four days before you can start seeing an improving patients by by day four day five made really do better doctor. Verona believes the drug is effective corona virus as long as it's given early to patients, and they're closely monitored in the hospital. Of course, no mention of zinc or anything like that, so it's woefully inadequate. The thing the woman does mixing up. They're always doing this. They mixing up chloroquine with hydroxy chloride talk. C. which is the. Are they really mixing it up John Really I. Don't know if the what they're doing. There were said report CBS by the way they took this thing off one. Put It on. Another took it off another list. It's all over the place and so I'm listening to see I'm telling you I'm listening to CBS radio. And, they go their stand taken off list, so people can now prescribe it, and and then they had Jon Lapook. I wish I could get this clip. Jon lapook is the CBS Medical Guy, and he enters a quick line, and they just quick line through it in. Well, seems to work boom off to something for. Good. Guess what did take it off? John, because it seems to work okay and the next story. Right! This is the strangest thing I've ever witnessed. Because it's just about trump is not about the drug efficacy. Well, a! The media was played easily by being about trump, but the medical pharmaceutical industry really didn't want this fifty cent pill anywhere near this problem and the useful idiots of the media. You Know Oh once. All you need is for one official person with a lab coat to save I. Don't thinks out. The media jumps on the. Does that new thing? The Myth Alexis don't sewn whatever it is. Another amazingly cheap drove the steroid other steroid. Thank you so. Trump needs to endorse it, so it can get told off the market. It's worse disappear. Well, he is vaccines while he's at it and yeah, he is, he's. He's plugging the vaccines. He's all in on it because he doesn't care he, he's vaccines. Will that solves itself people? WanNa take and people who don't don't. He wants the checkmark recovery, which by the way is coming and I'll explain why. Yup We are we're so the former New York banker has taught me. That the problem. We face in United States with the money that we're. We've printed up this year. Monetary Your your Modern monetary theory, em empty. is we can slide into the so-called. Japanese debt trap. If we don't make more children, which doesn't seem very likely because we're making dogs, our children, and so the older the society gets then. We're just going to print money print money print money, and it's not even printing. It's it's a back end process. It's shuttling back and forth. There's really no more money to be made in credit markets, and now Japan is officially in a deflationary state and we could see that here, too, and deflation is difficult. The deflation. You're screwing. That's what the most feared. It's very word in the economic, and this is where the term helicopter money comes from so I fully expect. In addition to the one trillion dollar infrastructure bill if that's I, maybe not. We are going to see another huge payment to American citizens and residents is going to be a huge payment. More money is coming because they are so prices. What happens is prices drop and when prices drop people. We've been locked up like hey, you know. Wait for the sale. You go to the mall now. Forty fifty sixty seventy percent off. Some some don't even have product anymore they can. They gotta get rid of it. The price people don't WanNa pay for stuff so deflation is very very very bad, and you don't want that and we're starting to go into it. So, we're going to get helicopter money and the result of all of this modern monetary theory. Is that anybody WHO's in the finance game has nowhere else to go, but one place the stock market. These stock you couldn't I mean I. Don't take any stock advice for me. I'm not doing it, but you can put money into the market. It will guaranteed go up for the next foreseeable time because that money has no other place to go. Hence the checkmark doesn't mean the economy is is strong. The economy's going to. We're in deep shit, particularly deflation. But the CHECK MARKS COMING That's your financial overview for the day. Brought to you by the VJ you trust me, don't you thing? We can do wind covert World Report and I think that's enough I. Agree, let's see how his Cova doing in the world and China Beijing has closed at schools again and canceled thousands of flights after new covert outbreak. One hundred six Beijing residents have tested positive over the past week in India. The death toll has reached nearly twelve thousand after thirties registered more than two thousand depths on Tuesday, meanwhile Pakistan reported hundred forty people died over the past day, a new daily High and Latin America during President One. Orlando Hernandez has announced. He has tested positive for coronavirus along with his wife and two aides, and then says he began to. Feel unwell over the weekend in Australia authorities have announced. Australia's borders will likely remain closed until twenty twenty one, meanwhile, the United States has announced its borders with Mexico, and Canada will reign close to non-essential travel for at least another month in other coronavirus news, a new study in the Journal, Health Affairs estimates as many as four hundred fifty thousand cases of Covid, nineteen could have been prevented if states had mandated the wearing a face mask. Oh, yes, of course that makes. Yeah well, trump bungled it, so he's responsible for tens of thousands of additional death Joe. Biden told me so. Joe Biden knows what he's talking about. special thanks to end of show mixers. Jesse Koi Nelson and John. Fletcher we have rat show coming up next on no agenda STREAM DOT com. This may be the one that Horowitz's on episode thirty five, so. Stay tuned to that and hang out in the troll room. And will return on. Sunday and do it all over again because there's always something new and fresh happening so excited. 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1251: "Viewpoint Discrimination"

"The privilege privilege, white privilege and curry. John's. He divorced. Fourteen twenty twenty. This is your award winning my nation media assassination episodes, twelve hundred and fifty office is no agenda. On down, the road and broadcasting live from opportunities thirty three here in the Frontier Boston Texas capital of the drone star state in the morning. Everybody I'm Adam Curry and from northern Silicon Valley where we're all buying crap and jazzy divorce. You guys buying out there then if you're buying crap. Just can't buy good stuff anymore by crap. What do you mean gross sabres from Mexico now? You, well, you know who took the good toilet paper. Chinese. Hello Hello your mom working. There's a reference. You the Chinese stole it all really. We have good toilet paper here. We have let's just call the one I like. Which is a sharpen? You'll get this giant Rolls Sherman I'm still good. Oh, okay, all right, but what's up with What's up with the Mexican? Stuff is no good at all I she day all was toilet paper now, but it's all we. It's not the weird off brand. Normally see as off brands Mexican. Paper really colorful things it's. No curiously. Would have thought. interesting. Fascinated by DEA well, we'll all. Hell's breaking loose. What do you mean? Yeah. What do you mean all hell's breaking loose? mean. Real, not here. Well let me start with. Some interesting news as we only questioned it a few weeks ago, and now within a week within a week of this young woman from Missouri, who said Hey definition of racism isn't correct. It's not doesn't make sense in the way we use it today, and they have changed their definition and published it. I'm sure you are very excited to hear the. Doing that story I forgot to mention. The disparate process is not unusual. I say that because I had a definition changed. Oh do tell. Yes all the dictionaries said I'd written column to to Slam. Dunk, my research and the definition of NERD. Oh, I remember this story. Yeah, yeah, yeah, this is a good one. was used to be. Nobody knew where it came from how this word even evolved, and it was They would all say well. Maybe it's a shortening of ne'er. Do do on air. Do all something some crazy little? That was in the dictionary. Yeah, narrow, do I was stupid nerd. Do all on Jeez well, no narrative. Guys a narrative all. Again doesn't do anything. He's a narrative wall. There's some it's a phrase that somebody. The chat room might know exactly for Life I. Do I know the phrase. Yeah, but. Maybe it's a contractions contraction of that that was the dictionary definition of Nerd. How? or The etymology that was in the dictionary. So I tracked the word back to IF IRAN DOES OOOO in nineteen fifty book by. Theodor guy otherwise known as Dr Seuss Jess it and I could find interestingly. Someone in the troll room just mentioned that before he even said it. And I. Documented that there was no use of this word before he he. Drew a little Guy Little Noor Elude Lexi nerd load. Nerdy looking guy called the nerd. And ever, since then, the were started becoming commonplace and developed after nineteen fifty, so theodore guys obvious invented the word. I call them up and talk to him about this and he didn't realize this. You Call Dr Seuss. Yeah he was I. Think is in New, York. And that's kind of cool. Did he talk like a normal human being? Did he talk on those weird? Well, hell Devora. It is you the pile? I pooh-poohed just just a guy like you just to go. He was unaware and so I wrote this a wrote a very elaborate column on this. And how the word is! stems from this nineteen fifty usage, because it's the only place a did. He invented the word, and that's where it came from. The all addiction is very slowly Oh. Okay. But it wasn't a within a week of US scaling quick. How really yeah, it was faster, you'd think. And so I was kind of happy about that. Well. By the way wait does wants kicker to the story. So some years later. At Universal Studios, down in Orlando, they put update if I ran the zoo. Little exhibit with all these different characters air and guess what character wasn't there. The NERD, I'm sure. Why wish I had such a cool story to tell about about? The word racism, but obviously it's a lot less significant. Didn't didn't take all these all this work. just took one one girl in a cell phone with email and she got it changed now. Yeah, well, that was pretty radical. Will the definition I think was lacking? A! By today's standards, definitions change over time ORCs made it, but it does happen well. Let's see if we agree with the definition now. What they did not do is change the number one definition. which to me is kind of a chicken shit. Move you not I mean if it's. Doesn't everyone just look at the first definition and then say well. It could also mean that, but blahdy Blah. We kind of let it slide. It doesn't feel like it's a real change to me. Personally. Okay, so the Ritz still the same is racism definition a belief, that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities, and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race, and as far as I know, that has been the definition for a long time. number two was what has changed to a. we have an A. and a B.. They couldn't decide so. To a doctrine or political program based on the assumption of racism and designed to execute its principles. So. I think that just means couldn't have just put a Republicans. Let's put Roy and just say Republicans to a Republicans. Listen to doctrine or political program based on the assumption, which is a tough word to use but okay. Of Racism. And DECI designed to execute its principles, which would mean there'd be a political program that assumes people. Okola are lesser and therefore we well. That's actually put Democrat Party then I guess if you think about it but okay. Let's look to be I. found this one to be more interesting. The definition of racism can also be a political or social system founded on racism. This is a mind-boggling. Because that is. That circumlocution did they do say? It's referring back to itself. Isn't that like the elation of some logic? It's What do you call it? programmers love it when when it when it circles back. Ration- knows not iterations different word it's. Like you hold a mirror up against another. Recurs in. In there got recurs. I knew I hated eventually with help from the trolls. It kind of is. So it's a political or social system founded on. Racism is racism. Racism is racist. How can how can you use the word racism in definition of the word racism? I don't understand how that works. I don't know maybe I have no idea. Get One more insight about dictionary in their changes. I mean who cares about this change of racism. Let's hear about the dictionary process go. Yeah? All dictionaries are copyrighted. And you cannot produce a definition in your addictions for all addictive way of services, and so I can't publish a dictionary and use to be a political or social system found that racism. Not unless you have the documentation to prove your definition, all definitions have to have. Documentation I know is. This is kind of it's now. It's actually interesting you don't think about. Together. So you can't like one dictionary just can't law. Let's just make a dictionary called. Put Adam Curry dictionary in steal from everybody else. You can't do it. You have to have proof of your. Very definite foul and the real problem courses, the Ice English this dictionary, which is the the big boy, and that's got That's the one I would look at the definition of racism from. While while we do that. While we're doing this. I would like to let you know that the no agenda. GLOSSARY DOT COM is. On the air and available and updateable. So you can make an account sign and you can update the no agenda glossary. Which is not quite like? This is a good idea i. was trying for about the last four years to do a fact. Yeah, and maybe just put it in the glossary. Let me see what we have today. What new of their new serving up forty one definitions for all your definition? For All, your definition needs a work in progress. Great Weight. Recent editions of this is cool. She Todd Rolf an Anderson Cooper Chip Todd. Let's see what the we get under chip. Todd chip todd the show nickname for chuck. Todd of meet the press. Oh, this is cool. There are already people. Contributing is very nice. Anyway, so take that webster or Merriam Webster. We'll do it ourselves no care. About you. Update on the email situation that went through. With the the email flood and just do a couple of quick update and we have some. Calcium over by now. Well, of course, now I'm subscribed to a lot of stuff. So. There's that my. Good Information I put it all filtered all out and I take a look and see what's there. Pretty much all of its crap, and also because of all the email list subscriptions now I'm on different spam lists, but that we've been working on that. That's crazy logic pretty well. But one of our producers. Sent me notice. Hey, ideal with the financial fraud at work, and you're correct about the most common reason. These methods are used the email mail flood of being subscribed to newsletter which is. Typically, and it may have happened although I. Haven't noticed anything I'd only have two accounts. It's not that hard Typically they steal a password, and then they wanna make sure that when they reset the password, or they have access. Somehow the you don't see that email and the flood just goes by. and our producer goes on to say. I have had access. To the one that does the volume you experienced. It is hosted by a Russian group and is for rent is called flood crm. Flood Crm Dot Net and even gave me an invite code this fantastic. If you want to send fifteen thousand emails to someone because you do it by by level, you can also do phone call floods SMS floods. This is evil evil tool. Cautious about ten bucks to know who have it s ten bucks for fifteen thousand emails, so the volume I received with someone paid several hundred dollars for that. To go through that. Did I count. Yeah. No, you do account. Yeah, yeah, about one hundred thousand in the first you know forty on. At least yeah, so it was the Russians themselves who knows knows. and. Let's be anything Oh. Yes, I am as is usual whenever someone has grievance on this show. It always gets sent to me. And as usual when someone has grievance with you on the show, everyone, send the email to me. I forwarded it a few of these. There's some confusion about your Congo numbers. Offer to understand, yes, be kept well I. Got Those these main meals to? Oh, you did okay good. Yes I use the Republic Congo numbers instead of the Democratic Republic of Congo numbers on it was off by a factor of five. Fido the. UH So the numbers of people that were alive in nineteen, fifty, five was actually fifteen million, not five, okay. That was a factor three and fifty five bucks, a factors bigger factor now for some reason democratic Republican to go win population crazy As so that so I can't prove my point at the whole point is ruined. That's the problem yeah I. Thought it would be too bad, but I think I still go back and do snuff freezers. I cannot believe that anyone could kill in a population of a country. Of Twenty million that you can kill half of the people that country and get away with it without them killing you. It just doesn't make any sense. Those Belgians Man. They're slippery. King Leopoldo taken even. Right now being pushed around by the Social Justice Warriors. Do they even have a government yet? Remember they went for three years without a government. I think just like we can't decide who it's going to be, so we're fine. The country just kept on chugging along whatever we're all good, no problem. AC- There's a now i. Got A couple of interesting little mini sequences but I'd like to start off in the UK, where they're kind of going through what the US went through now with the fear and the numbers, and they want to open back up and Boris. Johnson is being blamed for doing it all wrong Obviously hair the the UK health minister though was providing some interesting statistics. And it's always in the wording that is interesting, so they got pretty high death numbers. Let's listen to. Especially? They have I think it's like forty eight thousand dead. Some astronaut is a big number for for sixty million people. but of course that's a national health system, so I mean everyone I'm sure was treated perseverance yes. But. The question we now have everywhere is were these. Did these people really die from covid nineteen? They just have the virus had some other CO morbidity well, they've come up with a way in the UK. To describe that the fits slide shows the daily figures for those who've sadly lost their lives after testing positive for corona virus. All settings I don't know man that doesn't say. That? You died as a result. CORONA VIRUS! He said something very different. They died after having tested positive. It's not the same thing sadly. Jesse positive of something. In Kiss, positive for herpes. It doesn't mean to kill. who sadly lost their lives after testing positive for coronavirus? It's so slippery man. You gotta be careful because I'm sure that's true, but that doesn't mean that. All those people died of a result from that, but I don't know we don't know. In fact, yeah, you know while they're pulling the emergency brake there signaling already days you releases information from the government's Cobra File. On the first slide here we see the latest information infections results from the an infection survey published this morning estimate that the number of people who tested positive for coronavirus England fell from one hundred and fifty, two thousand between the twenty seventh April and the tenth of May to thirty three thousand. Between. Jesus and it's just approximate numbers mind you. They could have chosen thirty two. They could have ended up thirty four. If it's approximately gives a crap anyway. You're there to scare people now. Let's make sure we let let everybody know what to thirty. Three aboard mission abort mission. Crazy. well I'm not a subscriber to thirty three, meaning a bowl or mission by the way okay so. I have no proof that that's what it is. It was at one point used as abort mission. I. Think now is just signaling all kinds of stuff. That's yeah. All kinds of stuff is the problem. Is that the? Dollars yes vic. I. Wish I had an answer. So, did you see the undercover nurse? No Oh crap. This is a newer one because there was. This is a new new recording. Yes? This is a new recording. Was a chapter nine I? Guess and here and to preface it all. Let me. Say What I. Think is going on here. This nurse or her friend, or if you'll recall, there was a video several weeks ago, maybe maybe six weeks ago. And back and it was. It was an instagram. A short shot in portrait mode. And soon have the I actually downloaded that bitty? Yeah, she saying they're killing people. Downloading these videos biogas. Thank you very good, and while you're at it, upload them to to bit shoot or something just to offload him. Someone else's storage somewhere. And and and it was so outrageous her claims and the problem I. If I recall and is very superficial me but I looked at her and went like this is some cute instagram girl who has a friend and she said something. She's really upset and I really just went click. I don't care whatevs. The I know it's, but that's why there's two of us. You downloaded it. I dismissed it now. What I think happened. There's this nurse who She's a ex military. I think army. She was in Iraq in two thousand three yes, yes, that one there's different ones. Yeah, this is the one I'm talking about And she was. She retired from the. Rayleigh irked this one was he retired from the military, and she's working at a where she lives at a hospital in Florida and on some kind of exchange program. There's a lot of traveling nurses very common. she went to Elmhurst in New York, which was the epicenter of the epicenter that was the hospital where we had the body bags, and we had the refrigeration trucks, and all the horrible things that was a center center of the epicenter, and she clearly saw what she believed. was things that were very very wrong. And she then. Must have either contacted or somehow she got in contact with some guy. Some producers and production group who has taken her story and made it a bit confusing. Because it's professional, you see her does the interviews she's got. She's got makeup. It's not by the way it's not great makeup, but it is television makeup. She's You know her is. Everything is all done. She's wearing the hat I think for some kind of code makes her A. A little bit less recognizable hair probably looks very different. As long as you can do all kinds of stuff with you wouldn't see her. You wouldn't recognize repeatedly, but she otherwise you know. She's her and she stayed in her name and she's. She's saying this is what she saw. And when the guy ask questions throughout, and this is about an hour. If you haven't seen it in the show notes, of course, any show notes dot com. He sounds almost like the Veritas guy. You know what I mean which it pisses me off. He's like that really blatant. It's not it's like doesn't feel good. There's a lot of things about this. Don't feel good book coming out. So. That always feels weird on the other hand. I liked that someone is taken the story from the beginning and decided to professionalize it to get the message out because this video demean. I believe Tucker Carlson showed a bit of it. Maybe Friday or Thursday a little snippet. but that was about it was. It had just come out. But, you can needle drop in this video I'm not kidding needle drop anywhere you want for those of you who are too young to remember. We used to have vinyl records. You had a needle. Neil and it stuck in the floor. Drop the needle on the record. The drum drumbeat goes like this so. He could drop it in almost anywhere and get any number of stories that we have heard about have discussed throughout the entire pandemic and lockdown. We've talked about the do not resuscitate orders go. No, that was a hoax. Turn out to not does not true. We talked about the ventilators. People being killed on ventilators with overpressurization on. All of this is in here. Every source he's. That's what I'll watch these reiterating our show for the past two months. Well, the what's good about this? Is She undercover? She also recorded video and audio. They gave her glasses where the camera and she and she was miked up show Nice. Veritas qualities actually audible without these subtitles. Yes, say it again, Divorce Act. That's nice. They're looking at screen. Blur some stuff out, but they're showing the actual proof of what you would think would be I'm a layman but medical malpractice. And doing things more for a profit motive than anything else I. Just took, I'm taking four random clips. Data dry totally me I really needle. Drop this and we'll start with. The issue. That Of, course, if you really got to watch the whole thing to get all the context, but one of her claims is that people were coming in. WHO THOUGHT THEY MIGHT? Have Corona, virus and she said it's not not in this clip, but she said well most people had anxiety. You know. They had trouble breathing because they were afraid. The anxiety kicks in this start hyperventilating, so she wasn't so. But? Instead of using the rapid test. which could get someone out in forty five minutes, they would do different tests and put people in the ward with the. Presumed positive, corona, virus people. You feel me smalls. In and saying I don't know man. She'll tell you herself. We'll you don't seem to have it, but sit here next to this guy who does and you will. You Go, we have. In the United States and we've had it for a while a rapid test. It's forty five minutes. Do you have Covadonga. They're not. They're not doing the right protests here. Okay I, L merced. You've never seen them. They don't do so expensive. Do Fire Day. It's like five to seventy. Turn around in the meantime. They admit them obser- Kobe units. So non Kobe's. The rule out are going to covert units and waiting for the results, even though we have a rapid result, which is forty five minutes. And they're not doing. Now. would. You say it's too expensive I mean? Isn't this all getting charged to the fun anyway I? mean why not do it. Why not I mean. Are you saying? Why doesn't make any sense to me? I asked the doctor. About it, how come you guys don't do the rapid test here? Don't have access to. It only limited supplies. diplock is you give I? saw money. Most of its money everything. Yes, that's sad. On a second wait so instead of spending the extra money for the rapid tests and getting the personality. They admit them which actually costs more money. Gee, I wonder why they're doing it with with the probability. Get Kovic even more money after four or five days. They'll get it. Yes, yes, of course owed on this show. We have pointed out of Bryn over when you compare the numbers around the country new, Jersey, and New York how the most cases. And they're the to scam scammy as states in the nation. Now, this is a public hospital, and so she was continuously drawing the comparison between the private hospital. She works at in Florida to said. We didn't have a single person die. We most people who were sick were out of there and six to eight hours, and of course, hydroxy, chloroquine vitamin D vitamin C. but none of the expensive stuff. No ventilators, no I mean at a certain point. She's taught when when someone gets put on a ventilator. What kind of drugs they putting your IV oh my God. Have to paralyze you. But you will never get out of it. It's literally sentinel is just the first fennel, and then is just all the SAMs and the PAM's Diazepam. All of that shit is in their. Worst and she said actually the one guy who survives on her award, the One guy young guy. He because he was a pretty heavy drug user. t the drugs didn't have that effect on him. He excavated himself. He pulled the tube of the ventilator out of himself, and he walked out that day. He's like I don't want to be here. He pulled it out. Anyway she has. She has another comparison with his Elmhurst hospital and she compares it to a place in her military service. I compare this house long. Country I've been in a third World Country Hospital in Iraq. The Iraq hospital is better than this and as as lot I've vendor I I've had I've been in both hospitals. And we're this is in the United States and there's hospitals treating. low-income. People and it almost makes me feel like they think these people are disposable. People! And having listened to the whole hour, and you hear a lot of how doctors respond. There is an arrogance within the medical community which I believe is in some ways comparable to that in the law enforcement community when you're dealing with people who are violent and. Nasty and messy, and it's always a problem and they hate you eventually you build up a resistance like the just them. And I think in the medical field is like. Can't help is just another just another person screw? It were on. But there's this throughout the whole video, there's this orders from them from above the higher ups, and no one can answer exactly who they are or what they want or why they're making these certain decisions and this is. The well. This is one of her conclusions which we we've already made now. I mean that's that's. So her her statement was. It looks like they wanted to get people sick for the money, perhaps Kreiner charge. I mean what what makes you think really want them to to get cove it because the money. Money is I think it's at least twenty nine thousand dollars per per patient, and then you have to think you are also charging supplies and more suffice more supplies is just like a bonus money. But what do the residents aren't getting that right? I mean why. And I actually had a I've went at it with a lot of residents already and. They're they're ordering followers. We've heard that before follower so if the rule is that we have to do it, then I'll do it and I believe this I believe the medical profession has. Just put a bunch of textbook rule followers into place. Who knows if they even learn about the human body anymore? It's all about treatment treatment treatment. Keep him in move them up. Get them in. GET HIM ON. The vent. And then you gotta fill out the forms and check the boxes to get the money. So the last clip I have a little longer, but. is about the do not resuscitate and what happened in this particular clip? Is someone from higher up, said that patient is, do not resuscitate DNR. And in the computer system. The the nursing station did not say dnr so that would mean he would be. The patient would be full code, so if someone goes into cardiac arrest or is dying, then they. It's full code and there's things we do. CPR to shock whatever it is whatever the situation. Dnr Do not resuscitate means. Let the person died. So there's a a in the system. There's no change. The doctor, saying no this this he's, he's DNR. And there's even a question if there if the patient's family is aware that there's a do not resuscitate, which there really isn't, but it came from somewhere up high, so it's very confusing and this contains. The actual audio of her talking to a doctor about it and then to the other nurses. especially. I'M GONNA. Tell you right now. Jumping on his chest period point blank. Because until that status has changed in the computer. That's I'm I'm getting to do. Under nursing placement's. Not. GonNa Affect me of a protected mean. Does. Policy and given a Colin Palsy Wrangler scarcity of. Dialysis. Cody can be whatever it's not. It's a differences, normally the center. Says? Just do exactly what say coding five years like it just. It's a little bit different now because a policy and Names are being beeped. Family you could just tell somebody entitlement. Flood, and resources into some that. This shocked me. Sure, the guys eighty years old, but this is exactly the death panel. About. This is your death panel. Was Made Era Palin. Death penalty that she was ridiculed for a decision was made right there. A came from the higher ups. We are not going to spend any blood or oxygen. Or even light particles on this waste of human flesh, and we don't need to get permission from the family. Just going to tell him I think someone called him I. Don't Know Holy Crap. This is. This is our medical, and it doesn't sound like they were in the throes of running out of blood, or like trysofi or Ventilators never really seemed to be a problem. There were thirty thousand on order and you don't WanNa. Send you cut someone off. He continues. Look it's. Our higher ups. This guy was thirty seven. I'm sorry. Eighty three seven coli crab. Sorry you waste of human flesh. huntings agree that this is futile care at this point his. I said he'd have throwing him from. have anything to sustain going and I said I decided this that I said Kenny put a comfort care. Order at as you know we can't do that. Can you put it in order now? We can't do that. I said so. What's our plan? He's dying and I'm like I understand that, but there needs to be an order indicating that either I'm doing compressions or I'm not doing compressions. While I can say that we can all be agreements that we will. I will definitely. 'cause I'm GONNA jump out. So why I will rate with you I don't care. That's what we that's what we're here for. I'm not reading. Clean his status that he is a deal and they can do into physician consent if they've talked to the family. It and I see it. He's a coat. It's you watch. The whole thing in your mouth falls open. Will the nurses seemed? At least we have their act together. Have we not always set on this show that nurses need to be respected because they're the ones that actually keep you alive in the hospital. This is your example. And mean listen to them. I'm jumping on the guy if he codes. Thank you. It's nice to know someone cares. You know This looks like a lawsuit. It will be a beauty. This massive like this is like talking about. Systematic. Thank you. Thanks assist Matic Malpractice Yup. And fraud. I would say fraud fraud. The US government's going to have to go. After these hospitals, elmhurst looks like a good target. This is the same hospital that if I'm not mistaken, was one of the many hospitals that was played up on the nightly news. New York City I balloon across the country. And then the next day people went with their cameras, and so that was nothing going on I believe so, which was taken down from Youtube of course. Why not. Well! It was actually President Dwight Eisenhower. He warned US S. he's warned us with other things from the president's office in the White House in Washington, DC we present an address by the president of the United States Dwight, D Eisenhower. Holding Scientific Research and discovery in respect as we should. We must also be alert to equal and opposite danger. That public policy could he? Become the captain of a scientific. Technological elite. Scientific technological elite I think were there. I think. We didn't listen. NEVER LISTENED TO EISENHOWER Well. It we didn't. He do the military industrial complex bit as well. We didn't listen to that either. Tours. He could not even imagine what it's like I would be rolling over in his grave. He probably is actually. It's so I implore all of you implore. I'm telling Ya. You gots to go watch that video. There's eight other episodes that I don't know what else is I don't care. This is the one. Now, she's also cute. which makes it. I think actually less credible. but you'd have a lot of TV makeup on, so she may look a little more. She just didn't look like a war nurse. I hate to say it, but you know the optics are everything or nurse, but the question is. Will this get any legs? I mean I the book. I don't know what's going to happen with this video. I'm sure it's getting kicked off you to. Already answered the question by even doubting it might get no legs. They're GONNA cancel it. Out there I'm going to I'm greg. Carlson took a few clips. That's the end of it. He didn't even take a few just took like thirty seconds almost nothing so you are! We've already done more on this show. Oh Yeah. Then the m five ams gonNA. Do on this material because they're all in. This is stuff you really have to see and it will make you think about you know. I mean seriously. There is now talk that perhaps half the infections in the hospital came in. Were people in the hospital. They walked in healthy. Some never walked out. They were immediately. Like you probably cove it. Okay? Stay in this ward for four or five days. If you don't have it by then, you know, so. You're not with your family. You're stressed out. It's a horrible place to be, and you know then like well. We should sedate you a little bit, and then you know anything that's wrong with you can kick in. It's a crazy crazy sequence. I told Teen I said just put me in the backyard and a tent. Don't take the hospital, please. Bring in Doctor. Rhonda Voodoo Doctor Shakes Him so. You don't have to go in I, mean people. Are you know they're going into the hospital? When if they stayed home, they'd be better off I. Go there that that's okay well. We really have to admit you, you know. We really feel you should be here for X.. Y. And z reason it's It's very say no. The covid motel patients check in, but they never check out. The NEIDL. Like to move into move through kind of this into vaccines and into black lives matters a lot to talk about. fout she. Is back out doing the rounds although he's not doing any big A. As far as I know any big announcement or briefings, but he's being interviewed and on NPR it was. Science Friday surely know the science Friday like science. Fridays every they do that on Friday yes. I hear they do it on Friday and IRA is the host, not IRA glass different IRA and before we even start. We really need to take a step back and but everybody knows that. Yes, even the scientific community is a racist bag of dicks. Why are we seeing record-breaking spikes in the numbers of cases in hospitalization? Let that was my. My intro was for this clip. Sorry, this is science Friday I'm IRA Plato. I want to talk about something for a few minutes before we get started today here at team Sifi. We support the protests demanding racial justice because. Because black lives matter we know in the long history of science Friday. We haven't included diverse voices as much as we should have. As a media platform with a large audience, we recognize are equally large responsibility to act in service of social good. We're sorry and we know we can do better. A few years ago. We made it a mission to seek out the voices of black and minority scientists to show you our listeners, a wider range of perspectives that a lot of times is missing from science news. We may talking about racial disparity research focus for a radio and digital reporting. We aired stories about how black communities have unequal access to healthcare. How climate! Harms the communities disproportionately and the unfair and racist hiring practices in academia, not enough, but we fell short and need to do more, so we're doubling down on elevating and amplifying black voices and experiences in science. It's our duty as journalists to represent black perspectives in science and I know get. Yeah! Why don't we start by? Making the host someone other than IRA K that would be a black journalist IRA IRA. But, this is the shutdown stem initiative that is that is now shaming scientists, because of course, we need to have scientific evidence of systemic racism. I am hearing this used. Their, scientific evidence of systemic racism I I'd like to. Apparently do a double blind study on this I guess so. Nature magazine Systemic Racism Science must listen learn and change. Nature commits to working to end anti-black practices in research, and then we have What is this this is. A shutter. That's just Oh. The shutdown stem initiative. This happened last week. You didn't notice it because we're not stem. Science has a racism problem. Did you know that? This is from fairly I. didn't I I do I. do remember last week stem. Here we have not jumped into this, but if you have your decided to jump into it, I'll follow. Science has a racism problem. And this is the editors of science. Journal committed to publishing and disseminating exciting work across biological sciences. Thirteen of US are scientists. None of us is black. underrepresentation of black scientist goes beyond our team. Crew, so look to the history of human genetics. Blah Blah Blah. Okay, so they're everyone's under pressure. Everybody's got the noodle gun pointed at him, and we're not circle around back to that after we listen to a few moments of science Friday with IRA and the foul stor as we listen to. Wipe guys, two white guys talk stem and the numbers I. We should be I think it's a mistake for us to only wash. The feet of black lives matter protesters. We should be washing foul cheese feet D has saved or created millions millions of lives millions it worked. Why are we seeing record-breaking spikes in the numbers of cases and Hospitalizations in recently open states like Texas Arizona Utah North Carolina and Florida. Dick Bag Republican states well. It's not unexpected IRA and the reason is. That this virus was so easily transmissible. That the best way that we did and we successfully did it. We mitigated it by essentially shutting down. Just notice what he said we we successfully did it this arrogant prick. Listen to him. That the best way that we did and we successfully did. We Merrick mitigated it by essentially shutting down the country going into lockdown. It wasn't just the rest of the world did the same thing. And you know there's a recent paper that came out just yesterday or the day before the showing that that closing down of society. Globally has saved hundreds of millions of infections. And at least a few million. So. We know that mitigation works. Okay. This bullshit that is not sight. You can't say without having not done it since everyone did the same thing according to. You cannot say it worked because we did that. I don't believe that's the actual. Scientific Process. Am I correct Sir You are you are correct. Sir, thank you when you pull back and try to reenter a degree of normality. You can expect that they will be blips of infection. Whether. Those infections become real rebounds is GonNa Depend on how effectively you address it by identification, isolation and contact tracing. Okay great anyway. Thank you for saving millions of lives. Thank you, thank you even though you can't prove that you did all right. There's a paper somewhere that said that's the paper must be right. This is NPR as you know. It's commercial free time to add in a sponsor. There have been some reports that Rim Desa. There may have some a positive effect against the virus. Is it possible that we might have a treatment like AIDS? We might have a treatment before we have a vaccine. Are. I would not be surprised if what you said is absolutely correct. Well Rem. was a drug that was put into a placebo controlled randomized trial. Move Sounds Funky in hospitalized patients with covid nineteen who have lung disease who are on the brink of death. It was a statistically significant but modest positive effect, statistically significant but modest positive. Sounds like it was crapped. Of about thirty two percent diminution in the amount of time, it takes to recover diminution our man if you're. If. You're dominion. Had that was test that it was? Time to recover wasn't survival as people who who didn't I di- did less quick didn't die less or no. But they didn't quicker. Thanks disappear the that's the kicked out of the hospital couple of days before the other guys exactly. Towards developing better drugs and drugs in combination, yes, in combination well, we all know it is is just keep them going. Let's keep the vaccine dangling out there everybody. Are we going to get it? We could get a vaccine is. How do we do with what's? Let's turn out towards search for a vaccine. This. How can anyone when you do assigns programmed? You have to be a boring I. Like that like Ira I. Agree with you. Let's bring in some black voices. IRAS boring boring. Yeah, we need it Roy. Black. Black journalists for science Friday IRA. You're boring. Let's turn now towards the search for vaccine when we can expect vaccine, and has your view changed on this? I don't even know what that question means. Has Your view changed on this. What a vaccine! No, my my view hasn't changed, so let me just reiterated. Again! We're going to go into an advanced phase three trial in the beginning of the summer with more than one. Can we yeah? We Me Bill Gavin. That's the vaccine alliance that he's a part of CDC I. Read on Wikipedia. I don't know if it's true. There's one person responsible for green lighting vaccines inside the NIH. And I should actually pull that article up. And it has a very particular title. Let me just see if I can find this real. Quick actually had it in the show notes. For like here, we go. Is that one person actually just a rubber stamp with the word. Yes, on it I believe so it is the Department of Bioethics at the National Institute of Health of the Health Clinical Center which makes decisions and gives green lights on a on vaccines. The green light is what I call it. The person currently in charge is Christine Grady. According to the WIKIPEDIA. She's married to. WHAT YEP! So, there's a couple articles. It's It's on Wikipedia so i. mean this claim of you look it up on Wiki pedia on on this Christine, grady's page and it says she's Anthony Foul Cheese wife, and she serves as the chief in charge of bioethics in other words, the person who gets to make decisions on exceptions on sorry exceptions to FDA rules when it comes to things like drugs and vaccines. They're all of course accepted. Not all drugs, but vaccines are of course indemnified along with other exceptions to the normally alleged transparent process is supposed to take place before drugs things get into America. realis- indemnification thing. They'll never have. No one will never have vaccines. And, Grady is married to leave all the good vaccines already greatest married to Anthony. FAUCI and they have three daughters together. It's right there and her wikipedia, so I guess she's in charge of or at least has a role in approving these things and she doesn't even have five G. Name. That's a good trick the. You're the scandalous. Which one. Well the one that I think would be the good one to come up with But facts, it vaccinations have the daughters had. Did they. GET HP. At all these these eight hundred vaccines you need by the time you're three. That's. Like Steve Jobs not letting us. Kids use an IPAD which is true, it's. True just evil man, no kids. You here's an abacus. Shut up some paper. Draw, draw, daddy a picture. I back to science Friday Friday on NPR. View hasn't changed, so let me just reiterate it a again. We're going to go into an advanced phase three trial in the beginning of the summer with more than one candidate, and it's going to be very large trial involving tens of thousands of individuals, and we hope that by the time we get into the mid to late fall. If things work out, okay, we don't get into any unanticipated speed bumps that by the end of this calendar year. And, the beginning of Twenty, one, twenty, twenty, one that we will have a vaccine or maybe more than one vaccine that we're able to deploy and utilized to protect people. Yeah. Are you worried that we will see hesitancy from people about getting the vaccine? Misinformation. Trimming the frog there. No you take. Walk Tall, liberating already. Yeah. That's always a worry that I have I era. Of, making. Vence liberating already. Yeah! That's always a that I have. Are you know a dates back to the vaccine? Hesitancy around measles that we saw resulted in the unfortunate rebound than resurgence of measles in a country that essentially eliminated measles I'm always concerned about the generals, anti-science attitude, and particularly the anti vaccine attitude so what we have to do. Is We have to intensify what we call community outreach, all to be very transparent is called propaganda vouching you can call it community outreach, but understand what I'm talking about the propaganda part. He's just talking about it in. Here we go, we're reaching out to your to your upper arm. That's right attitude so what we have to do, and we call it. Community outreach forced vaccinations or community outreach. Intensify what we call community outreach to give very transparent with the community to talk to them about the trials to ensure that in the conduct of trials. We don't compromise safety. We don't compromise scientific integrity. Now. What this was telling me is they plan on doing big trials with real people and they're gonNA do community outreach get large. We S and do community outreach and let you know that you're just fine. It's OK well. Unlike you, I believe that the. Mainly because of the swine flu episode that I got to see the lions, people will be jumping on. This hero found. She's got a negative attitude. He's been around too many skeptics to public. Jump all over there want the vaccine I agree with you there ready for it. Yeah! I'm ready Mr Gates. Jebediah me. Needed Bill Dr Bill Save Dr Bill. So. There you go, but I think our conclusion of this little episode is the same we need. IRA replaced with a black journalist I. Is. Only show I were does dizzy of other shows. He's gotta go. GotTa go south mission at the beginning of the show He. Signed his own. This sealed his fate really. I think so most listened to that beginning just that we need more black voices. Mrs Science Friday I'm Plato Eight. You want to talk about something for a few minutes by the way back in the day. This guy's audition tape. You and I would have been next. All, he'd been out. You'RE NOT GONNA get not get again on my air now. Well here's here's what here's what it'll make it fair. Okay new auditions for the host. Yeah, now he may own the show, so that's not gonNA. Happen! You Know then we should create a new one and remove the show. We'll have mojo hosted. It's GONNA be Great. Anybody yeah more would be good now. The point is is that you have. A guy who you just say, you started also okay. Yeah, no, we're not firing you. We're just GONNA. Do New Auditions and let the best man win. It's like quarterbacks in the NFL. You know you, you know. A new guy comes along, and he's better than you. You get put on the Bam. Have a very diverse. Panel. A blue ribbon panel. It be completely. diverse will have a white guy. We'll have a white guy woman, a black black woman, some trans. What else can we throw in? OJ We'll just throw some stuff in there. And a couple of Chinese guys. When we listen to the. Science Friday I'm. Here I want to talk about something for a few minutes before we get started today. Here at team Sifi. We support the ride manding racial justice because black lives matter we know in the long history of science Friday we haven't included diverse voices as much as we should have. As a media platform with a large audience, we recognize are equally large responsibility to act in service of social. Good I. Don't hear him saying black voices anywhere, so he said like voices. The right this you missed. It was the sentence before that Lau one as much as we should have as a media. Black lives matter? We know in the long history of science Friday. We haven't included diverse voices as much as we should have I I have not included. No, because that's systemic racism. Bro, because you're in charge, you're the boss. You know you need to have a vote. Goodbye IRA. For him the noodle gun pull out the noodle gun here we go. That's my noodle gun. He is the executive producer. He probably owns this show. That's that's that explains why he's the host. You'd you said a minute ago? He's not qualified. He's got the wrong kind of voice. It's not even a good. Wrong skin color house like this. Now, of course, he used the black lives matter. Slogan. And Mo- caught something. We did a whole deconstruction on Mo- facts about about the black lives. Matter is something I suggest people do if they have the time. I like that show, but on this show I will steal clip from that show because Mojo identified something very interesting. Add to the setup for this entire thing. After the George Floyd death, so it has nothing to do with that. How that was set up or not or triggered is irrelevant. We gotta debt, Black Guy and a very guilty looking cops with some other cops and. I think floyd was officially pronounced dead at nine in the evening. The next morning six forty five am is when the very frazzled. Jacob. What's his name FRY? The mayor of Minneapolis made a statement. And it was in this very short statement, and of course I didn't catch it. Mo- did that. It was very clear that this and remember. There's no black lives matter. Nothing had happened I mean yes, something had happened, but. You know. We had that one very unrest will night. And this is what the mayor came out and said in these things of course not off the cuff. They're written their discussed. No mayor goes out and speaks in front of crowds or the in general in front of crowds with the media without having especially. Not this guy I think without having run it by some people. In here we go. For the better part of the night. I've been. Trying to. Find the words to describe what happened. All I keep coming back to. That you should not have died. What we saw was horrible. Completely! And utterly messed up. This. Man's life matters one. Key matters to? He was someone's son. Someone's family member. We someone's friend I think we need to wrap it up one more for good measure. He was a human being and his life matter. Three! Three. That's all you need. In twenty seconds, three times mattered mattered mattered. He was setting it up. That was signaling. Totally, that was the message. Boys go BLM sidel up. We'll. Everybody knows this was all I mean. This is though Antifa who is of debris. Armagh black lives matter. had everything in place 'cause they do. All these spontaneous demonstrations were just. Too coincidental, all and Democrat. Held mayorships areas. Under mechanically controlled towns. Oakland San Francisco locally. You had Austin. Philly. Baltimore Chicago for sure. We're all hell broke loose and that was all triggered. It's same L. at the same time. Very coordinated was an insurrection. It was a shot, but again you and I have discussed this part of it may have been a little too soon. Don't I think they're waitress too soon although it is now perfectly timed. For a second go round. Yeah, and the second go round we'll be. It'll be up to. Allison Keith Ellison the Attorney General. Because all you need to do is let the cops off at the right moment. And then he determines when it goes to trials going to set that all up, I would say October surprise, anybody and They're asking for murder to which is by itself. I think wrong should be one, but okay. No, no, no Moore three. It should be murdered three. They can get. They can convict three. They can't convict on one. No I'm just telling you what it really should be. You mean for him yeah yeah. It's not over yet. Day could jacket up to mercury one which which is a guaranteed that? He's GonNa get off. You can put it to you. You can give it, so you can make it, so the jury can shoes, but I don't think in Minnesota that's possible I. Think if you put them up for murder one. They have to convict on murder one. They can't back it. Step Down I. Give Them Murder Three. Downgrade to Windows Ninety five can't do. They can't go. And do that like you did so? But either way. October will be a great time end of October just before the get one crazy. Let's make sure that we can't go out because of the riots. That's why mail mail voles is why this can be stopped. And it would be stopped by the by the feds coming in and taking over the cases, some sort of a f. b., I. could federal case could take over what make it a federal gas. May Be all that after. Their jurisdiction, they have to do something to. Violation Day. It's OK okay. You can go in there and take it over. But they're not doing well. You got to wonder why what the Hell is going on doesn't seem like the domes department in no agenda, they are thinking of the second. Go around that it. Trump's flat-footed. Bars got other things on his place. You know so working on the Michael Flint stopped. Trying to get that to work out got a problem. Not just me, but bar seems to I don't know what he's doing. He must be doing something really important, but if you listen to Tom Fitness from Judicial Watch, who has been going after Hillary Clinton and the lost your the deleted net loss. The deleted emails that she deleted the blackberries she had smashed up with hammers the server she had completely wiped So this was supposed to happen. There was supposed to get into to testify and apparently something's gone awry because Tom. Fitness is pissed. Now. One would have concerned about misconduct. One wooded concern about the accountability. Attorney General Bar. Why on Earth, would you let your attorneys come into core, basically dismiss the concerns of tens of millions of Americans, your own Justice Department about illegal activity of Hillary Clinton I. Don't Understand Secretary Compound your state departments taking that legal position as well, but it goes to show you that you can watch you know I'm not just here. Obviously, you're talking about stuff, but we're doing other things I'm talking about activity. We are in court we have. Probably about one hundred lawsuits active. Now we filed probably nearly thousand by the thousands of freedom of information. ACT cases so once again it's judicial watching court doing the heavy lifting to hold Hillary Clinton accountable rollerball because Congress has WANNA do it. The State Department doesn't want to do and the justice. By doing and he doesn't draw the logical conclusion test because they're all corrupt Tom Fit. No one wants you uncovering any crap. They definitely don't want off server emails because everyone's got one of those. They want no part of uncovering. What really happened because they know their next. Corruption is our problem corruption in law enforcement corruption in the medical system of course corruption in politics the educational system. Corruption through you think about it. That's the problem that racism. It's true it's corruption. Meanwhile, Adam Housley on twitter. The WHO has a blue check mark must mean something says criminal referrals have already been sent to the Justice Department and the overall number may reach as many as. Sixteen seventeen by the end of the week I was hoping for thousands. Investigators are working on additional ones as we speak. Thousands of sealed indictments on the way. Teenagers Sixteen Seventeen. Wow, that could that could include some important ones you don't know could could happen. I'm not holding my breath at I'd like to do a little quick little rundown on the on the needle gun that we discussed because I have some updates and Esso new cases I think we should. Keep on our radar. And I will see on a roll. You might as well stay on. Okay, because then I'll. Then I'll be rolled out. So the noodle gun, but some people didn't understand it just quickly. You better re explain it because it needs to be explained because this is a major new development in this show is memes. So noodle noodle is not new, but the noodle gun is new so noodle nation is where we all live and noodle nation are the x comprise of noodle boys, noodle girls, and who is a noodle boy, is exactly what you heard with occupy Wall Street, but we have a very specific example, not gonNA. Play it again. You can hear it on the last show. where it's like hey, man, it's not fair I work at noodles and we should have more say and the owners should. Let us. Make decisions and run the flex. Completely. Out of his Gourd thinking that it's unfair that they tell you what to do, and as a worker you have to do it literally said things like that. So this and this was ten years ago or nine years ago, so we identified. This is not a very good trend amongst young people. These people are of course, the ones that are now out with good heart and good intent saying hey, hey, hey, hill racism gotta know. Send my skateboard and we'd money to black lives, matter which of course is routed directly into active blue, which is to help, Re to elect Joe Biden and re elect. Democrats is not really going towards bailout funds. Some May, but not those. And they've discovered the noodle boys and girls of New Nation that with social media and cell phones. You can pressure companies what started with entertainment and the cancel culture. You can cancel someone. Get them to say what you want. Or Not saying anything you just say Oh. You know what silence is complicity silence is violence and you fe- you shame someone into saying things. So, they've been doing this with companies. Go ahead now before you go any further. I want to mention that I. Do have one clip about this I. I, WanNa match I am now looking for the roots of this and we were getting some email just naturally without me, even suggesting suggesting it but I. Would like to find out where the turn there's a spot where thinks which. We have in these kids took over, and I'm looking for the Genesis. I want to know where when this happened. Now it's hard to say it looks like the the beginnings of starting to universities right but I but I think the yes, but Winston first example I wanNA for example. It's real one I wanted to. How about Milo I would say Milo, the first big can't I wouldn't go way before Milo and go to Paula Deen Paula, deen, okay I mean we can go back as far back, so won't apply when it go BA-. I WANNA. Make a list I. WanNa make a huge list of. Hall of Shame. The you, what's important now? These that. The, noodle boys and girls are in these companies. and. I might as well tell as part of the story well, the marketing and advertising firms who've been trolling through twitter for for years. Have decided that in the past. Sometimes, it was leopard print, going to be the new trend or you know. Purple is the new black or come up with anything woke. They was virtue signaling and woke. NECE was the trend, and so all the big brands who took advice from the advertising companies in their marketing professionals started to do woke stuff. You know I'll give you an example I have some. Some woken his here from Tim. Cook. From Apple Hello everyone. Oh, everyone, the unfinished work of Racial Justice and Equality, call us all to out now and always. Growing up in Alabama during the civil rights, movement I saw firsthand that the only thing that ever made lasting and durable change was people of goodwill, putting aside comfort and safety to speak up to march to call for accountability, and to do what they could to make a flawed society, more perfect and pay real close attention to Tim Collins here because this is going to come all of this. Come back to haunt him, so it is today. We're at an important moment artistry history at part. Time progress which has been far too slow, feel suddenly poised to move forward in a great leap really. Each of us has a role to play in making sure we rise to the occasion. Things must change to an apples committed to being a force for that show. What are you GONNA do? Today I'm proud to announce. He did that this? Did you hear that announcement? I did not he could have. He could have said what to make that change today. I'm proud to announce the latest and our iphone lineup iphone ninety nine listen to the same cadence. Things must change and apples committed to being a force for that change. Today I'm proud to announce apples, racial equity and justice initiative with a one hundred million dollar commitment. Like announcing iphone, he doesn't give a crap. You're absolutely correct is sounds. Good as if you had a little more time, cut it right in. Could not the new iphone visit would fit perfectly. The point is that there are people who work within Apple. And these people with an apple are going to see inequities. And what is this the apple? Was Actually Funky name by the way listen to the national? And the today I'm proud to announce apples, racial equity and justice initiative. Racial Equity and justice initiative sounds like get nothing. Interesting because it when he says and Jessica sounds like in justice, it's gray show in justice. I said the note to mow is said we we? We'd better get some bank from Tim. Collins over there. Send us some money to the podcast man. There people inside apple who are going to see inequality of course inequality. Certainly with an apple two, they had the same amount of men, women may be another trans maybe to the bathroom bathrooms. Okay, know how people how about Brown people no believe me. It's too low and so they're. They're going to get shamed, and and this virtue signaling will come down on him. Tim Cook should watch his six. Is GonNA come swell. Sick for a number of of watching these shows on television shows. Six boss, what's going I'm trying to watch world. War Two movies take my mind off of stuff. So This is GonNa hurt the brand at some point. We're GONNA. It's GonNa be it's GonNa be a not cool to have an apple in here comes. It's going to be. That's going to be. The the noodle gun is gonNA. Hit you right in the face Tim. Now. There's a whole bunch of just laid low. There are a whole bunch that are on deck, but I. To minor things, the cross fit CEO I got a number of emails from people who thought I was being horrible about this but I I went back and listen. To being horrible. What did they say to you? You're your. They confuse the virtue signaling. A needle gun with my example of Hey, the cross CEO had to resign, not he. Of course he's. The owners doesn't really mean anything. And if you look deeper into the CEO of cross, it is very interesting guy, and it's probably very no agenda oriented and people thought that I was saying he was a virtue signal. No, I said he had to make a move in this case, maybe didn't make a lot of differences organization, but it was very vulnerable. He did that not just because of hassle because people are canceling. So and all he really tweeted was floyd nineteen, but there was a lot more that he's that he's been involved in seems like actually has said it kind of a no agenda Guy, but here's example as you know, we talked about anthropology and anthropology, big virtue signaling Big Black Lives Matter Oh. We Love them so much, but now the rumor going around on. We're canceling anthropology because they use the word Nick. They use the word Nick for black people in the store. You need to watch those knicks. And this was taken by American. Informed oversocialized children as an N. word and a racial slur. Anthropology is part of urban outfitters. It is a public company. They take this very seriously. and. Several of our producers reached out. And this producer's wife work with them worked at. Or in the anthropology for ten years. was used, but had nothing to do with black people. It was a word to describe someone who is going to nick. Something the British Neil. That's an old. British turn into Mr, nick or Mrs Nicole not, Nick as in. Negro, or other end words and one of our producers sent in an exact example of how this would sound over the headsets at. Anthropology Hey guys Just want to let you know Nixon the store and he's in the second section. He's just looking at some shirts and just wanted to let you know. Keep an eye on and let them let governor if he needs some extra help. He's a great customer, so this term has been used in their stores for years. And now all of a sudden people think all the overs. The underinformed oversocialized children like they are, they are racist. They have racist thinking. Racist! So. That's just clearing that up now. Let's look at some of the noodle gun hits and misses I. Think the Miriam Webster. Dictionary We consider that a new gun. I think they they nailed it. you probably read after the last show that Colin Kaepernick has interest from an NFL team. Colin Kaepernick has a team interested in him. You know. Which one do you have? You heard anything about it Seattle. Probably he'll play man. Anyway a that's not a noodle gun yet. It's on deck. They're working on. It is on decade Seattle before, and then they nixed it in a k now they're going to do it because of the local politics and you really shouldn't say Knicks. That's really be careful. You'll be cancelled in two seconds. He comes noodle Garner. John that goes John cleese. Besides monty python another very successful series fawlty towers. Yeah, that's been removed from streaming sites. Because of course, a British humor from thirty five years ago is no longer funny. It's racist. Cornell professors declare informed commentary criticising the protests as racism against one of their own professors. They want him fired UCLA. Professors actually under police protection. Following threats, he is the one see. What had he not? WanNa do. He didn't want to request to. He declined a students request for a delay of a final exam in light of national unrest, so fire that guy. Howard stern under fire for past use of black face and use of the N. word. We all saw it back in the day. starbucks, of course, a total direct hit as the black lives matter attire is permitted. You predicted that on on Thursday. Ice Cube even the left I would say pretty radical left ice Q. Rap Meister extraordinaire is angry angry about paw patrol being canceled, the cartoon paw patrol was canceled because one of the dogs is a cop. Needle gun direct hit. Youtube is also creating a one hundred million dollar fund quote dedicated to amplifying and developing the voices of black creators. Who that's not the end of it for you youtube. That's GONNA. End Very poorly. You'll be called out as horrible RACIST MISAPPROPRIATION OF FUNDS YOU'RE NOT GONNA win this too many noodle boys and girls inside your organization. Does loaded. Saint, John's immediately fires fencing coach. After recording of racist comment leaks. No idea what he said. Berkeley College of Music apologizes for allowing Boston police to use restrooms during protests ono noodle gun. That's pathetic. The entire Florida's much to do on the street. Yeah, the entire Florida cities SWAT team resigned after the police chief kneeled with protesters, police chief noodle gunned. On Deck I already said We. We have the same you gotta stem. Have what else do we have? Shooting I thought we had one more anyway. So that's just what on you can wait for us. Keep Your Eyes Open. It's everywhere happening around you. Well there's a actually a podcast that specializes in this now. A really and they had this woman. Who Does the PODCAST Katie? Herzog WHO's a lefty? On the rants show, which is a team, which is actually a radio show up in. Seattle and she lived in the in the Chaz zone and talks a little bit about it here, but she this got. Kinda got me into this. Finding out the origins of this turn around because at some point, there was a critical mass of the noodle boys. You like to put him For the noodle gun and she's also looking for it to, and she's and she comes from a left wing perspective. She's quite irked about the whole situation. Executives clip from the show. Where is this coming from on the left in particular, is it generational or is it purely ideology ideological, or maybe a little bit of both I think it's I think it's I think it's both a lot of people would argue that this is something that really started. A long time ago with you know co and postmodernism and critical theory so started in academia, and has really merged or a really spread from there, and do you know? College is doing trigger wines and things like that. You know probably even ten years ago, probably even longer in some schools like places like Oberlin I would imagine and. You know people like me and you would would talk about how this is a problem. This sort of safety is on this cancer culture. Call out culture on college campuses and a lot of people particularly in the left. Would respond and say like college kids. College kids I've always been crazy. which is true, but the problem is they don't stay on campus. And these people have injured institutions, and in some cases they are taking over those institutions pushing out senior senior people and I do support workers rights I. Think Workers should have power as well, but they're. They're focusing their power in ways that comes across is incredibly authoritarian, and so if you make one mistake currently or in your path, you know you can be can be in danger of having basically you know a a mob of people in their twenties and thirties or sometimes. out on your business like shot the publisher of Woody Allen's Ma'am order. Cancelled, his book actually pulled his book. It had been printed and actually poked his book costing them. I don't know how much money because staffers at at the Publishing House didn't want that book published. It's absurd you talk about an instance of something similar, although way crazier with a grocer out of Minnesota ends up losing the lease to his building essentially over. A very long time ago. Yeah. It's a problem and people you know. We've become program to respond to an outrageous headline. And is very easy. The. Oh so diverse apple actually. Makes Black workers go to a separate bathroom something like that. Could. Be True because you don't have to be true. It can a public company can so this is not necessarily a racial issue, but You did traders delight. Let me tell you right well. Thank you for saying that salesforce had there I guess the quarterly call. Would that make sense already to the quarterly call you do? Quarterly calls must be their quarterly which means the CEO is on, but also the CEO, the CFO and clearly someone from H. R. as a very interesting. And when when you report your numbers, you sit down as a big phone conference. And typically it's analyst calling in and say hey, guys, great Q. Way to go J. really fantastic. Let's neither question about the difference stock options. BULLCRAP! They're trying to figure out that they're trying to figure out the real meaning behind the numbers etcetera until this one came on, and it was so jarring I guess to Benny off. Who is there to answer that he was silent and I guess put it on mute to his HR lady to pick it up question from down off of the national. Center for Public Policy Research and salesforce is very. Very valuable company I mean the stock price moving on salesforce makes difference for a lot of people including people with 401K's at this point today's annual meeting. He probably several resolution with the goal of having salesforce minute equal employment opportunity he oh, policy to protect employees from potential viewpoint discrimination. So what I think this guy is saying is hey. You know at the at the shareholders meeting we entered in. We put a shareholder resolution. We wanted something and so he's addressing that now on this. Call them doing the company petition. SEC arguing that it was within its ordinary business operation to discriminate against employees based on their ideological views. Very important because we have something new. He says the company. Denied the shareholder. Proposal! And appealed to the securities, exchange. Commission and said we do not want that. We feel our business model. Sometimes requires us to be discriminatory against different viewpoints I. Think this is a very important if this ever goes to trial or if anything ever happens. Because here, we're talking about something, not new and concept, but it has a name viewpoint discrimination to new given Silicon Valley's well. No Liberal, leading combined with Chelsea CEO's Mark Benyelles, left public, basically statements and actions taken on behalf of the company. We are concerned that conservatives make faith a hotdog working at the company. Furthermore, the company has ignoring the financial risks viewpoint discrimination also, that'd be ended years long lawsuit for firing. A conservative engineer given all this. Will you commit today to amend salesforce? Policy to split explicitly protect against discrimination based on viewpoint in ideology. So I liked this clip because it shows that this works both ways, here's someone who clearly represents a different viewpoint, a right wing or conservative viewpoint is now saying hey. Look at these other companies who've been sued. Is that really what you want mark? Bending, or will you? That's what he's saying. Where will you? I had diminish. Some irony here is that. Going back again on my preoccupation with the origins, yes. We have to remember that it was the family council or some other thing that you to do cancel culture against TV shows. Back in the sixties and seventies, and maybe eighties and they would do. They would, and they were right wingers going after shows that had any left-wing buys whatsoever and they were. Canceled by going after the advertisers, and then that kind of died down because they were kind of crack Potty, and it was picked up by the left that the left bitch and Moan about this, but they decided now. They're going to do it. This is just. Lueders, Avoca clip later that kind of talks about the ludicrous nature of the. Of the swap well, let's go on with was doing because I just got a couple of seconds left on this, so there's the the silence which is a good ten seconds eight seconds before anyone spoke and you know what's going on. It's on Mutant Benning Office. Going you answer that HR. Lady, you're absolutely correct. You could just if you were in the room, they're Benny offs. Is it opened up? He was going. Doing a throat slash thing and hitting his buttoning, pointing at so. Radically, violently, pointing at the HR person appointed twenty point A. Then motioning, get to the to the. We Exactly yeah, you really don't want to be an HR. That that question comes here, we go. Thanks Mr Down for your question and your interest in the company of. Long standing belief that is important to have diverse set of views and policies within our company, and our employees reflect that it is very important to our company as important service. Our values. That has long stood by at the company, and we continue to believe in those as we pointed out in our proxy and the proposal We believe that the proposal that was presented was not appropriate for the profit of. Body, body but I'm telling you. Viewpoint. Discrimination will be thing. It's a horrible name but I think it will catch it also V D. I like that Hey man that's V. and. If. You're going to start going down the road. They've gone. I what we've been talking about for the last half hour. This has to go further. You can't stop rocking. Yes, this is much bigger than anyone realized. What what I was just canceled. Culture is something much bigger. Venue offs afraid he's afraid. You can say he isn't. He has more money than he needs, but he doesn't. He doesn't want this hassle, but they're in your own company man. It's like it's normal. It's very you have a group of people have different ideas, but if you're going to virtue signal, and and I have to give noodle boy some some respect, it's like you're not really represent all views. He should either shot up to do some business. Or or put up. Then, they can't. Because inherently. It's just word salad. They don't mean a lick of it. Oh, here's one hundred million dollars Tim. Cook could drop his wallet. One hundred million could fall out. He wouldn't give a crap. I'm presuming? He might be a tightwad. Only. Words ain't all. Man Does that APP working at apple's cheap only wear turtlenecks. You're good to go. So, I don't know where this is headed, but obviously it's going to be a point of. Gushing. Yes for sure for sure. A couple kind of offset that. These notions now let's do this. Let's I have two clips. I thought I had to hear. They should have done this. Grant Glenn Greenwald was on the. The rising and Comment is that the crystal ball show? Yeah okay. Now catan is to cross Christmas Sagar who I think is more entertaining, but he lets he does the thing on Flynn which brings in a number of these points, Greenwald. Who's an old school progressive? Wisely lives in Brazil. He. He, he's like some of these other guys. We had these these radical lefties. Some clips some Oh, couple years ago, saying I don't understand why. The progressives in the left are all cuddling up to the FBI and the CIA. All of a sudden, and they're all in with this kind of thing, it doesn't make any sense historically, and Greenwald has some similar thoughts here on this Flynn Update the case of Michael Flynn with you. You saw Glenn. You've covered here and we've had my tie and others just about the abuses and the cases the case against Flynn. You'll regardless of how you feel about Flynn himself personally now we're seeing some developments going on with judge. Just want to give. Give the audience. Quick Update on that. What can you tell us about? This judge seems to be declaring that the Department of Justice wanting to drop a charge against flaine as an abusive power by the Department of Justice itself yeah. It's really bizarre. You know for years. The idea that lying to the FBI was even a crime at all was a kind of reactionary view of the criminal justice system in liberals were the ones leading the way in denouncing? We talked about before that the jurists who wrote probably the most compelling opinionated about why the FBI should not be. A crime is named Ruth Bader GINSBURG. Boy. The person who went than her. Refusing to eat and that's. Didn't she? Just write that. No I. Don't know when it was it was. I think it was older, but it just. Within the last eighty seven years. Yeah. I agree with that. But there's always good to note that the lying to the FBI which everybody's now all. You all these liberals are saying this. When in fact, the Liberals are the ones that always thought this was bogus. You say liberals with such disdain. Little's just tatum man be is not a crime is named Peter Ginsburg. Person went further than her. Refusing to even recognize it as a crime despite the law saying that it was was John Paul Steven, so it's always a left wing liberal view that even the that line at the FBI shouldn't even be a crime. And what's interesting? Is that now? You have a judge who is refusing something extremely rare. The Justice Department saying we were over Zealous Prosecution. We want to drop a a line to the FBI. Prosecution and Liberals are acting like this is some great threat to the Republic and what Judge Walton did is he had John Gleeson and who I know very well. He's a former district judge, a former federal judge and from Brooklyn from the Eastern District of New York in front whom I practice when I was a lawyer who is known as A prosecutor he was always always been a very pro prosecutorial judge, which is why they selected him now essentially advocating for I don't know for for the judge gas in saying that the prosecution against Michael Flynn should continue. Even though the Justice Department's concluded that it was unjust. Imagine how? Threatening, to just the basic rates of a defendant, we want prosecutors to drop prosecutions when they conclude that it's unjust for the judge now to say, we're not GonNa let you. Credible abuse of the criminal justice system which liberals are supposed to be working to weaken, not strengthen. So it hit me. Listen to this and Glenn Greenwald would be the guy to figure it out. The genesis of all this is really the noodle boys and girls entering the journalistic workforce. And I would say. Going dating back at least three years to the. Michael Steele report. The Russian Hooker P report tape whatever. The that. The virtue signaling that and it was really the journalists who made that happen and I'm talking about the ones that buzzfeed at You know advice at Vox at the verge of vs. And they're all on twitter, and they're all check-marked, and they're all outrage. If you really who who makes the biggest mistakes of Shit, they say it's the journalists, and they always delete their tweets and get rid of it somehow I think that's really where the change started to happen. Because they pick up the stuff that's bubbling the amplified amongst themselves, and then they take it to print. Well. It's just. Subscribing yet, but I'll say this. I've noticed that all these they're all journalists within the same age and many of them are have moved on from buzzfeed in there at the New York Times I know of plenty of. The new. York Times that started off elsewhere. They gotten shuffled into the New York Times, and they have their twitter feeds, and I can document I've always thought about, but every zyppah overwhelming couldn't do it. Biased tweets from all of these journalists. And there's very clear all this is my my opinion. Okay, it's your opinion, but you're right there. You're a New York Times. Reporter in your opinion is seems to be that you hate trump and you don't think that's going to get into the into the mix. That's just my opinion, just my opinion It's possible that it I mean let's face it. 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And we'll do that for anybody. Who is an ex for any producer, but certainly executive producers associate executive producer. You've got the title. Put It on your. Put It on your On your resume will be happy to vouch for you very happy to do that. The more jobs we can get out there the better and thank you to everybody who supports the show will be thinking more in a little bit as John Said top-heavy today, so that'll be much shorter. We got meet UPS to talk about all kinds of stuff, but remember we have another show coming up on Thursday. If you'd like to join this merry, little tribe and support us just go to. Dot Org Slash and Remember whatever you do, don't go into a hospital. You'll die. Are? Formula is this. We go out. People in the mouth. What? I did want to mention one other thing. We make mistakes that we missed off. We do stuff wrong all the time. 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You have a total valid reason to talk to us and say hey, here's what I think wrong, but when you approach it from a hostile point. It just doesn't work, so it's just a friendly, but it does get, but but wait. There's a plus to it in K.. The plus side is you get to hear Adam do that voice? Yeah. There's yes, if you want to be the subject of the voice, we can certainly do it But that's all and and I understand people. Totally screwed that up. It's wrong. Yeah, that's what we need to know where we're happy to correct stuff happy to. It's important we need to. Anyway like the Congo. You know these small thing now. People Are Pretty Nice about that, but also there was. No no, no, no. Bottomline as you heard earlier, we are. We Are Idiots. We would not be anywhere near. Clearly! We're podcasters this where we belong. We're safe here down at the bottom of the casting. Business, ladder in general. Quit showbusiness. Sweep and Elephant Dung Hey man. Do you have a? Oh by the way reminder as well for people. If you want now, do have. We. Do have that request able for donations. And do you have a? A. Kylie, special anything Kylie today. No, no Kylie's only on. Thursdays okay all right because we got I, mean people are jacked the Kylie specials. That daughter Overdo it. It's a great segment. Though I end of show I, so ideas I have one I think. I got nothing okay I have one was sent to me by a producer I. think it qualifies thanks for Lecture Idiot. ACTUALLY SAM! Tucker right I think so. Yeah, well, that makes sense. That's good. It sounds like it to. See what should we do this? Let's play some off-the-wall sta. Let's start with. Here we go Joe Biden. Is that where we go? We allow the light. It wasn't Tina going right out and buy in, but we can do. We got some. Here's A. Process, talk about about buying before getting Biden clips. This is Joe Biden secret advisors. I thought this was worth knowing job a secret advisors. Okay. Why don't you just like the idea of secrecy around? Who is actually advising juice actually asking these questions. This from. Your Voice. Get somebody nurse who is that? That's that's crystal. Crystal Ball ought spoof. Don't you make just like the idea of secrecy? Advising Joe Biden I, think it has to do with what happened a few months ago a few weeks ago, which was the? Two of his advisors leaked out. A one was Larry Summers. Controversial figure guy who's seen as a fairly aligned with the ideology wall, Street, and then another story came out saying that Rahm Emanuel the former Chicago mayor former. Obama Chief of staff is also advising Joe Biden and you know those are two. Not such encouraging names to be on a list advising Joe Biden they're. People who aren't all that? Well I mean Rahm Emanuel left office in disgrace. As Chicago mayor after a situation where the his administration had essentially suppressed the video over police murder of a teenager, so the idea that Joe Biden is being advised by these Democratic Party dinosaurs controversial ones. I think it came out. People didn't like it now. The Biden campaign is sort of like you know what here's our solution. We're just not going to tell anybody. Anything about who is advising the potential next president of the United States. Economic Advisor listed in the Basement Yeah Joe. David really caught. Our is the New York Times reporter. Who even broke this story? He revealed one of his biggest qualms Jim Tankersley. Let's put a tweet up on the screen. One of the things that really matters is that the Biden campaign telling their advisers. They can't schools. Their role allows those people to go on TV without identifying themselves as part of the Biden team, and so I mean. Look what we do here on this show like when you were working for the Bernie. Campaign Israel like Hey, this guy works for the Bernie campaign so that viewers can know and same with any other adviser to a candidate. This is real disservice that the media's also being complicit in. I'm sorry. Do you have any illusion that there are not people on the payroll providing opinion without those credentials currently, please? Diagnose it shocked shocked. Shocked and just made shocked I tell you okay. He had an interesting little thing on Biden that was about to media requests for by this was actually a good low rant from this Guy Sagar who you just heard and was shocked dismayed, but listen to this. This is Sagar unbiased in media request containing an open letter. It demands that facebook quote promote real news. Not Fake News quickly removed viral misinformation and the pre election quote, unquote live period and enforce voter suppression rules against everyone, even the president now all of this sounds innocuous until you really begin. Begin to dissect it in essence, a candidate for president of the United States is asking for facebook to begin fact checking political advertising including his own especially two weeks before Election Day now, why would Joe Biden a proven liar on dozens of issues in the public realm from his role in the war in Iraq, his role, criminal justice, his record on trying to cut social security, and even on supposedly getting arrested while trying to see Nelson Mandela want there to be fact, checking of political ads on facebook. The answer is simple as all risers. No, he knows that if facebook were to ever get into the fact, checking business that they would partner with the mainstream media who have no problem giving Biden a blatant pass on his lies, while crying foul, if trump seizes, calls it a cough than they rated false for Pinocchio Five Star as I say every single time that we have. Have this discussion. You may get a warm fuzzy feeling when you see lame. CNN journalists called the big bad donald, a liar, but the NEO liberalism that animates that CNN. Journalists is common for you. If you dare to hold anti-establishment views, here are the people who these are the people who would fact check on the cost of Medicare for all. They're the people who got. Got Mad at Bernie Sanders for correctly saying illegal immigration depresses domestic wages, and they're the people who bend over backwards to say that we're all wrong on this show about trade, because you're better off with cheap Chinese crap, their profession can better be described as neoliberalism checking far more than fact checking, but beyond the actual mechanics of fact, checking think about the macro ask of. Of, the Biden campaign here. They want Tech Oligarch Mark Zuckerberg to determine what is true, and what isn't in our political discourse or worse, they want Zuckerberg to appoint a weird so-called independent board of directors made up of a bunch of money meal. Liberals to decide what we see and what we don't. Soccer doesn't even want that, and neither do I, and neither should you. Well. The media's very happy to fact. Check trump. I'm looking at Forbes magazine. As of early April their little behind on the counting. Trump is told twenty three point three lies a day. Even do that is a zero point five ly increase since two thousand nineteen. What's more? This is a magazine. Trump has averaged twenty three point eight lies per day since the first case of covid nineteen reported in the US. Another, zero point five ly increase. Do they re, do they? Proof read this shit. Do they go like man? Are we really talking about twenty three point eight lies per day. Is that really the metric? That Forbes magazine IC Four. In journalism is this. And these as we've already documented half of these lies aren't lives US ahead to have you read. Matt Taibbi B.'s new new piece. The American press is destroying itself. Yeah Muscles get it a Monty is. I I subscribe to his what does that? I get a sugar sky whatever it is. So I think what he said is true. And this is just virtue signaling from Forbes. They got a virtue signal. They don't get access to the to the really rich people. Who are Democrats typically? Now now Sagar said something he followed this up with something I have a part two of this clip in the see what that side. I don't remember it. Though see what's going on case part of a broader delusion that pervades the chattering class. These people genuinely believe that nobody in their right mind could of ever voted for Donald Trump, unless they were tricked into doing so by some Moldovan bloggers, some stupid facebook memes or Click Bait headline they think trump voters, or even Bernie voters for that matter could never hold the positions that they had without getting duped into them, and thus if we're bombarded with their propaganda, we're going to change our lying ways. The opposite is true. Yes various dude sieg are. You. We have talked about this before. which is the debt class? Of People that say. I don't know how you want because I. Don't know any person voted for a single woman couldn't have one. No way doesn't make any sense. I have a couple of clips from Joe. And the reason I pulled them. Is it was an interview with Trevor? Noah of the tonight show lockdown edition a tonight. Show the daily show. and it was nine minutes long and knowing from your research that Joe is coherent in the first ten minutes I. Figured let's have a listen. He was coherent. Now. Is he saying anything? That A presidential nominee? That would give him an edge I don't think so. But this of course was mainly about black lives. Matter and Joe is on message as usual Trevor Noah will set it up. I WANNA. Talk a little bit about the op Ed that you put out today. Talk me through how you would plan to undo. SYSTEMIC OPPRESSION PLAN TO UNDO stem racism, and and how you think you will address the needs of the African American community well first of all. It's GONNA take time. You Know Donald Trump didn't invent racism, but he sure has promoted and a systemic. Economy right now combination has a there's just an awful combination cove nineteen unemployment systemic racism. What you'll hear systemic racism what you'll hear. Is a politician who was Ryan to be president who has zero solutions? He can identify the problems. He has zero solutions and the solutions that he has. He doesn't even realize what he's saying is is really inadequate. As the. He wrote an op Ed and of course. No one actually wants to de fund the police of the people in power because they need them to protect them, so that never going to be a complete defunding, or at least they wanted to get an protect if they want to. Yes. So that somebody has to protect those left wing tech moguls that live in Hillsborough. So Atherton. So Biden of course looks at it more as reform, which is how adults pronounce the word de-fund. You have come out in favor of police reform you know, but what? What does that actually mean because some people think that you cannot reform an institution that is fundamentally rotten in the core well I. Don't think it's rotten in the core and I don't think all cops are bad cops, but I think. Eighty, percent of all look race comes from local taxpayers. Now listen to what he's saying. Ninety percent of everything that funds the police comes from local taxpayers. Think that's probably true ninety percent. And in fact, that's what the default movement is about. How can we be spending so much policing? How is this possible? Ninety percent comes from local sources, not the federal government, ninety percent of all the phrase comes from local taxpayers. The federal government under our system cannot other than taking a civil rights action. Say they'll do ABCD, but what we can do is, we can make sure that we insist on certain fundamental changes. Take place now and cl giving making sure their sensitivity training making sure that all. The nineteen sixties called Yup. They want their sensitivity training back Joe. That's not gonna fly all of cops. Fast Grievances. Are She's me? Transgressions know the truth wants to come out all the COPS press past grievances. I mean transgressions. Get your words straight show. All of COPS. Fast Grievances. She's me. Believe me they've got grievances to. Transgressions are all made public because we can say if you don't. We are not going to provide the federal funding that we provide for you through what they call burn grants and Cop Grin, so here's the big man Joe Biden who just got through telling us that ninety percent of all police force funding is local from state taxes, but you know what I'm going to stop the. The COP grants. Do you know what cop grants are? Look it up. Cop Grants are specific grants for things like sensitivity training yet numskull, and so we can I now impact on significantly the desire of many police departments as well to fundamentally change the way they police bullcrap, so he's saying. Oh, no, we'll get rid of ten percent ten percent. That's actually probably good. That is federal money, and no is not having it and he's pushing. Further Trevor Noah. Someone say to you. Mr Vice Presidents. If you become president, do you think that there would be a world where defunding? The police would be the solution and getting getting some of these responsibilities away from police forces police in schools, police handling mental illness police, handling homeless etc.. A lot of changes they can take place period without having defined by the way when I hear this. Exactly this homelessness meant this is. If. If Joe Biden wins. Or even if the Democrats can win the Senate anything's possible. then. You're going to see an expansion of services like you've never seen before we. Goes all the money and they're all going to have their clients and clients. You don't fire clients. You don't say hey, your now. Ex Client because I solved your problem, so you want to grow the base bringing more clients. This is this is. This has not worked. Let's put it that way a lot of changes they can take place period without having to defined police completely. Here's what I think's happen. You have well over eighty percent of American people going WHOA. I didn't know this I didn't know what's happening I. Don't believe this number come from thoughts. Eighty percent is the science is in shut up. Do you have a question about Joe? Because we'll send. ANTIFA goons on you. Don't question it, but apparently eighty percent of the American people had no idea this was going on. We have not been traumatized for the past twenty five to thirty years really since the Rodney King in nineteen, ninety two. That's how long we've been we. Pounded and pounded, and how did I didn't notice. I didn't know this was happening I don't believe we should be funded, but I think the conditions should be placed upon them departments or having to take significant reforms related. We set up a national use of force standard. If they don't sign onto it, then, in fact, they don't get any of the federal money. In addition that they have to demonstrate that their release all the data that relates to misconduct by being. Sent to the Justice Department if they don't send it to the Justice Department nationally, they don't get funding, but as it relates to for example. Mental Illness and homelessness and Drug Abuse. Many changes we can make. You see it's like all he wants us to have more programs I'm sure the cops don't WanNa deal mental illness. It's A. Very. Try Don't really hell needs that. So I don't think Joe has any anything good there. I just didn't say anything. Say anything worth a shit. He was awake and he was active and the adderall whatever he's taken was was going. It was nine minutes, but just nothing really came out of it. Unlike. Joy Behar. Who was also at home in her basement for the view? And she was asked to. Give her view gave her view about defunding. Because, of course, you know that she was a former schoolteacher. Did you know this? No I didn't will. Apparently she was, or let's see Whoopi will set it up for us. Your Formula English teacher. She's a formula. English teacher. I thought she was four former. Formula Year former English teacher. What is fund mean to you hear Goldberg. Was Drunk. Drug. Well home. You're not in the studio. There's nobody telling him. Hey, hey, sober up. Let's listen to it again. Formula Anglia, ride, drunk or not drunk teacher. Fund mean to you here. Well Sunny said basically everything that these to be said about it, because the real word should be reform, but of course chief fund sounds very scary and people say oh. They're going to eliminate the police department. Of course that is ridiculous on its face, no one eliminating a department that protects people from getting mugged. I certainly want the police to come from my age. Privilege, privilege, White, privilege, redhead, White, privilege, white privilege. To. You're not black. You don't want it's like. Let's just pretend. The noise me when they weaponize a term, so that's why I. Don just clip. Ever seen, these protests were site lettuce. The printed scientist says abolish the police now. Can she read any of the documents that the teeth in particular put out were. We don't want. We want to de-fund. Then abolish the police that she didn't know any of the any of this now now I've got DISA- dinner table the other night. It's like the abolish. The police. Side of the argument is completely ignored. And by the way it has to be. Yeah has to be ignored. You find, is there you find what you were going to say by the way that you had a comment about some people that you know some time ago that you said they're not radicalized. They're just they're just idiots. No, it's the children. The children aren't radicalized. They're just idiots, yes. And I found this to be the case with some debate. Over the last few days, and it was like John I feel the point I feel your pain. As exactly right? What is the point? And he or she is doing exactly what the underinformed oversocialized children are saying that she shouldn't do, which is act out of privilege, saying well if I'm reading bugged, I want the police to show up. By. Saying I'm an English teacher like for instance, the term black lives matter. I was interested in that. Because certain people I know, say well, all lives matter these you're racist. A whole friends joy, Behar, certain people you know. Did they say all lives? Matter should be ashamed. Disassociate from the shame shine. Because certain people I know say well a little lives matter and the explanation that get someone gave which I think is brilliant. Is the house is on fire on this block? Okay? This house is on fire. These other houses are also not on fire, so yes, these houses matter, but this is the house that's on fire right now. Wow, the analogy queen strikes again and I think. People, just take the words and distort them. Even pro so-called pro-life Movement pro-lifers generally are happy to be pro-life until the person is blind. And then they dropped social programs, and they continue to not be pro-life so they they call it pro-life, but it's really anti abortion well, then say it like that. Okay, then joy. I'm sure you're going on to say that. People who are pro choice are actually pro-abortion. Shouldn't you just say like that joy? Behar will actually the old words. The old words was pro-abortion in the old words that they the pro. The pro choice was abortionist. Their abortionists. Abortion ISM, but does she not well? Of course she doesn't. Someone surely sees the irony of her. Literally saying you a holes don't say pro-life. anti-abortion, it's more fair. Will could you say instead of saying pro choice, pro abortion or abortionist? No No, no no joy Behar and She has actually I think she actually catches her idiocy here. If you listen to it, they call it pro-life, but it's really anti abortion well, then say it like that as my is my. Shit I think she just realized their crap out. That was kind of dumb. That Is My is my, and she has a Asami points out. Biden Pelosi the rest of the Democrats. They just want to get rid of chokehold sounds so in humans to me, and also if you're going to barge into people's houses, knock on the door. I every every police show I've ever seen they knock, and they say police, and then they go in just joy, and those police series. They just that go in, and then the shot whenever they shoot immediately. It's over the someone's arrested. It always ends well on the police shows you watch joy. Joy is not in real. That is not real. Show No, it's it's a drama and if you were talking about cops, but that was canceled. Yeah, it's these are all shows darling? These are is entertainment. Dick Wolf okay. Dick Wolf worked for ABC. Sit Down with the Dick. Wolf is the NBA. Ran. He ran NBC. Stuff any moved to CBS's doing stuff and CBS now, but this is Chicago. He's doing Chicago PD right right well. This just shows you. Know what it show why we're playing, it puts that joy. Behar's idiot. We shouldn't play are thirty more seconds. Police show I've ever seen they knock, and they say police, and then go in. Why is it that certain states allow police to go into the house without warning them that their you know and they need a national database. Well, that's because they have strict gun laws in those states, and it's not a problem with the cops show up because they don't not expecting a gun on the other side. Typically, that's the answer I have for you now. I'll look into it. Police bill into the House without warning them that their. National Database for tracking police misconduct. Because they keep sending the talking point the database from one. And, while you're at a joy, want just to tell Christians Adt database for tracking police misconduct. You know because they keep sending them from one precinct to another reminds me again of the Catholic Church and the scandal there with a certain broke. A priest is an abuser, and instead of kicking them out and sending them to jail. They send them to the next parish. This things are also stomach. It needs to be changed. There it is that's systemic now I get it so the church is to stem ick abusers. She should do a topic on that joy and say you know. Don't hide it like you say say it. The churches stemming abusers, which is not true of the church. You can go ahead and say it. This woman! It's just need to undress that idiot. Never GonNa get anywhere now. You're right my thinking, of course not. I have a couple of things here. I WANNA get out of the way referred take govern second break, which is we got? There was this funny stolen. Call of the Chicago Alderman. We talking to the mayor. And the men are cussing each other out the unfortunately. Don't have the real copy I have the bleeped copy. Why have the real color? I have a couple of bleeps. Yeah, have the CLIP okay? Play that clip. Alderman, I had it for the last show and it's an hour long the whole thing this is just a segment of it, so he went to say where they're cussing. And that's the one I've got so an Alderman in in Chicago as I underst-, Lopez What would what is an Alderman? Let's explain this to people is like a person who is in charge kind of like an. Cities. Boroughs boroughs her whole incorporations block city blocks or something. It's not blocks, it's. It's more like a supervisors within San Francisco for they have an areas yeah. I, guess, it is blocks. It's kind of an area of blocks, and there's like fifty of them in Chicago and it every Alderman. He's like A. Local! Guy Gets things done for his little area. You know they need to put fixing potholes. They need to grease grease palms. Some get his license. Offence very elaborate system, and some of the Aldermen in Chicago don't like this woman lightfoot who somebody called What's the name of that They had a nickname for i. just thought it was very offensive in an accurate. One Alderman is really these runs for mayor all the time and he. Get goes gets on her case, and she'd never pays attention to them, and so they get into a cussing festival with each other and actually Mike the Bishop. Why don't you play well? Actually? Why don't you play mind because it takes the cussing out and it has a bonus. No come on this. You want the cussing? You want the cussing. It's part of life. We can't expect police. To be able to control this. I know that we ask. Are they yesterday to stand in the front line between police and looters and writers and I? Simply not comfortable telling my churches, those people to be the intermediary in the middle of a riot. Thing why? We need something better because right now. We only have. Three, hundred seventy, whatever national guard on standby. Neighbors are already obliterate. It's too late. You know we know that people are here to antagonize site and you've got one pump tonight today. They're not gonna go to bed at eight o'clock. They'RE GONNA turn their focus in the neighborhood gang bangers. Forty seven walking around right now. From scores. What are we? GonNa do what we tell. Our residents other than good people. Stand up it back going to be enough. Know I want an answer. I back you come into everybody. Want an answer. It's not something you ignore. The question that I ask. You. Fuck you. I'm. The neighbor. You. Maybe you should come out of what's going on the stupidest thing I've ever heard I understand. You want to play 'cause I understand that you that you unique in your attic you need to. Know. This guy actually sounds like a pretty cool dude. He's like Hey, man. This is messed up. We got going on. And I love when the Real Chicago ads and comes out you attitude. Can't even do it. With us is a little bit like that, yeah. Well I have minds clearer and I do doubt, but I think you should play my clip, okay. This is actually taken from Fox so it has commentary. All right well, we're. What's the name of this clip? Too good question. it must be I hope. Did you even have it? There No. Here it is stolen. CHICAGO, Call I got. This was a conference call on May. Sunday may thirty first to talk about. Chicago's response to the widespread looting on the call were Mayor Lori Lightfoot, and all fifty Chicago Alderman and Alder Women Including Alderman Raymond Lopez one of the mayor's harshest critics now for context on the day of the conference call. Chicago had six hundred ninety nine rest mostly looters. One hundred thirty. Two officers were injured this this. This is how Fox News would do it. That's exactly what I look at all the crap that was going down. It was higher of our forty eight shootings, seventeen homicides and Alderman Lopez. underprepared as the looting spread, saying his ward had become a virtue based on before. We give her response. Do you think that she really doesn't put this? You really not believe that there murders taking place in city. Does she get a report that she not no. I have no idea what she's thinking. Well wars, go is a total mess. You can have seventeen homicides during this thing. Nobody even talks about that. In the mainstream, media dude. Seventeen homicides in Chicago is Saturday afternoon no I understand that, but it's not the actually. Seventeen is not Saturday afternoon days using maybe nine over a weekend, but have seventeen at one event is pretty high. Yes! Looting spread saying his ward had become a virtual war zone. Listen Hafer neighborhoods are already obliterated. It's too late. We have to come up with a better plan. Because once my fear is once. They're done looting and rioting in whatever's going to happen tonight. What happens when they start going after residents? Going into the neighborhoods once they start trying to break down people's doors. They think they got something We know that people are here to antagonize its site and you've got them all pumped tonight today. They're not gonna go to bed at eight o'clock. They'RE GONNA turn. Their focus in the neighborhoods got gang bangers. AK47's walking around right now. Just waiting to settle scores, and the ultimate wasn't exaggerating. His Ward to Walgreens were burned down along with restaurants, shops and an entire Strip mall, but when Lopez finished speaking mayor lightfoot refused to respond so Aldermen Lopez demanded that she respond finally, she did watch. Tower Remind ME. Every not reading, you can by and let the NAVIO. There's nothing intelligent that I can say to you. Maybe you should come out of. The stupidest thing I ever heard. I understand. You want the pre understand that you. You, needs To. Calm things down, but Alderman Lopez and the mayor weren't the only ones trading profanity is another Alderman was heard saying this is a total blank show and the mayor added that she'd never seen blank like this before one. Alderman finally spoke up saying many people in the city were listening to the call. Including children got to catch them. Think children. Okay! I'm sorry you need to give me a clearer signal if if. You have editing work. I didn't realize I'm sorry. I didn't know done something to it. Well worth it. Now the other one I have I got? I got Stacey Abrams Coal Bear Oh good. is she still not going to be the vice presidential nominee? Will Gorge mentioned that we might as well play the one minute stacey. Abrams supercup where she says she's not. GonNa do it as she's GonNa, do it in this. She's not going to do it. She's not going to do it. She's GonNa. DO IT Super Cut? Now. They're talking about you being on the ticket Joe. Biden hasn't even declared yet. What do you think about that? I think you don't run for second place. She did however reveal the New York Times that she'd be honored to be considered vice president by any nominee. This is an unusual position to be in for someone to be considered possibly the next vice president of course I want it. It, but if the vice president were to call you, you'd answer the phone I would absolutely answer the phone and be happy to serve as a running mate, and for all those reasons you maintain that you would be an excellent candidate I think absolutely this is a question of competency of skills. I think Bryce President Biden is going to make smart choice I would share your concern about. A woman of Color Stacey Abrams former Georgia lawmaker unsuccessful candidate for governor has been privately calling democratic powerbrokers, asking them to tell Biden campaign officials that she should be the vice president. Joe Biden needs a vice presidential running mate. I have said many times that if called I will answer but I have not received any calls. I still think she doesn't understand the democratic. Party next man up, not the next man up. No, but she feels entitled to it. That's no. She's going to be a problem down the road. A she does feel title. She's got something wrong with her. You need to listen to us the US problematic. She's problematic. And so here's coal berry and Abrahams clip one. Protesting continues nation wide right now as an activist this moment feel. Any different to you. It does I participated in the. Demonstrations and protests after the Rodney King verdict in one, thousand, nine hundred was a college freshman. I helped organize marches I got into a fight with the mayor of Atlanta clearing that his administration was doing enough for poor black kids implore black people in the city. But those demonstrations ended, and after a few months of actually after a few days of demonstration after few months conversation, we went back to the way things work, but the fact that we have had more than thirteen days of sustained engagement, we see multi generational multi racial multi ethnic people, standing up and declaring action and going back to the point of voting. We elected officials, actually declaring and taking steps. Concrete steps to make things right. That feels very different, but I think we also have to remember that. We have a coward in the White House. Who shown us what he intends to do? If he stays, and he's been suborned by a group of moral cowards in the US Senate, who are allowing him to get away with his behavior and I think that urgency is also sitting with demonstrators. Should be a fantastic vice. President can't wait. Now. GonNa be Fab. So here he here's where he brings in the vice president. He has a funny way of asking one of the questions that I think if you hear it when you hear it and it's like. Why he did that, but here we go. We know that we have to take action in your past. We could possibly excuse those who were in charge saying they're not that bad. There is nothing worse that we have in office than what we have today. Speaking of defeating the people in the White House right now Joe Biden, vice presidential running mate of April Ryan says you're being vetted. Is that true or you calling? April Ryan a liar. I have said many times that if called I will answer, but I have not received any calls, so my I look forward to hearing from whomever. April Ryan the speaker. And a lot of times vice presidential. A possible running mates demure when they're asked the question. You don't you're like sure I I? Would I would? I would like to do that. Why why do you not demur as people in the past? Because I know that when I'm asked, the question, argue qualified. Can you do this then? I'm not just answering for myself. I'm being asked this question because i. don't look like what people usually look like when they're. And I've learned over the course of my life starting out as young black girl in Mississippi. 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Eastern precinct building that the boarded up at actually put inside the building a bunch of pallets and. Cans of gasoline kerosene so. Kissed the whole block on fire. US. All the protesters are saw this. They all saw as this is shot up. We won't do it. We will be used so, but then again. No could prove this and they don't know that even got in there to see. Take pictures sounds like bullcrap. Bud to Seattle, police chief was irked, and so she comes on, says a private message to her troopers and then. She's A. She's a really sorry. She's like she always looks like she's to just look the part of police. Just sad. All the time she cry is sad because she was told to abandon ship. She couldn't believe that she had to abandon ship. Yeah well here. She is Seattle police chief, telling her troops, and knowing that this is going to get out and IRC the mayor decision to border the precinct. Our think our home the first precinct. I worked in with something. I have been holding off. You should know leaving. The precinct was not my decision. You fought for days to protect it. I ask you to stand on that. Gay In and day out to be pelted with projectiles to be screamed at threatened and in some cases hurt. Then to have a change of course nearly two weeks in. It seems like an insult to you and our community. Ultimately the city had other plans for the building relented to severe public pressure. You, sure that chain that was secretly recorded I've seen that I've seen it around. It was knew is going to get us. She did it on purpose me while the mayor and her gotten to dig, did a press conference later, and they talked about a little bit like the mayor kind of ignored it, and and the mayor comes out. The mayor of sale comes out WHO's really. At, you know she's a classic progressive. Shit had and she thinks this is great. Chas fine, and what's the big deal? There are taking this very lackadaisical approach, law and order like you know it's okay. This is fine, as has been this tradition. To pretty much, she says so. Here's here's our like her her tracy discussion. Mayor of Seattle that's been looking at all day. We'll continue to meet with community to listen. My whole stop stop the tape. What is this thing and you notice as with all the Democrats did it. Hillary did it in two thousand sixteen and now I'm hearing a lot. We're and Joe says it all the time I'm going to listen. I'm going to listing then. Hillary went if you remember. She went on a listening tour. A tour? We're still went to listen this. What is this? Isn't that what you of part of your job? It's not like something you explicitly take out of context. Say well now instead of doing what I normally do. I'M GONNA. Listen if you haven't been listening I forgot what you're saying. You're saying you haven't been listening I. think that's pretty clear what they're saying. We haven't been listening at all, but now we're going to listen so now. Let's go now. It's fine. Hundred started over, so we get back in the group. I will continue to meet with community to listen. My focus is mayor will remain on how we work to make Seattle a model for addressing the inequities that the pandemic and these last two weeks have made impossible to deny. Cal. Anderson Park and Capitol Hill have been for decades a place for free speech in community. I've been going to Capitol Hill for almost fifty years and have demonstrated. Hung out. And Ben with community many many times. I just WanNa say I know there's anachronism that that is now? The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone I got news for people. It's been a Thomas my whole lifetime. Anybody who knows and loves Capitol Hill knows that to be true. I WANNA, make it clear that for myself, and for the city, and for chief best the First Amendment Rights of residents must be protected, and protesters must feel safe when they express their first amendment rights. Over the past few days we've had peaceful demonstrations across the city. We had an amazing demonstration and Rainier beach and Othello. Thousands turned out. We expect additional marches and a strike tomorrow led by black lives matter. Chief best chief Scoggins the Seattle Department of Transportation Director or director of office of Economic Development and the Director of Seattle Public Utilities have been onsite on Capitol Hill since six am today. Six Am Tuesday morning. Making sure of the community is safe, talking to protesters talking to residents and coming up with a plan for Capitol. Hill going forward. So what exactly how do you categorize that whole spiel? She just did there. She is an old fashioned progressive, which are the people on the outs because it's the millennials and the younger is. Debt are pushing them out and she is a target and she's going to get kicked out of office because she's not doing it right I. Don't know how what right means. This, ain't it? Day she whatever she's doing, is not it? And so she's Kinda knuckled under and the protests they WANNA. Do a general strike, a kind of a strike or some squaws, general strike in Seattle and she okay. We're behind you all the way. Yeah, right so instead of bucking the protests or Whatever they say goes, and it's irking them the. Erc People in the capital. Here district together this little. Parties zone going on, so they're having a pretty good time, and it's not like capitol. Hill this area used to be the most gay of Seattle was the Gay Ariza? The LGBTQ area. And now it's an Amazon area because all the gays got the gentrified in terms of the people moving in just everybody I, wind up, all the gays got. Moved, OUT LOVE UTAH. was actually funnier part. Of course you want to go in that direction and ridicule me. No, I'm not really. Pretending to gated communities usually one that gentrify of course now we know the fallacy of it all. I'm just Latham. Got Booted pretty much kicked out for the Amazon Folks Gazelle Amazon Oh pay more because he got more money and so that it's been like it's like a very twisted situation in Chas. Will also the hill was his face. Razz the so-called warlord leader or whatever? This guy. He's going to be accounted, but he's going down because Where have a headed in here I believe that he that someone found some tweets where he was homophobic. From years ago, using the F. Word. so toast as far as I'm concerned, he's done yeah. I can hear it is. Got The article. CHAZ Show what his name! Razzmatazz Simone yes raza. Yeah oh. This is actually from. US From Twenty, twenty ten December seventh twenty ten. Years ago or enough it's it's fair game here it is it is. How's your rap? Is Censored I couldn't even say it closest you get to. Being a rapper is being the poster boy for the Faggot Community Malcolm. Yes, these things when they dig that up. It's not good. So he will be out in my. And that reminds me of the guy who got fired as the editor Apetit 'cause he posted a picture of himself in bronze, or no gosh and. And I've always said this and I've I've said this show I've said it before I've written about it. People who go on the if you remember some these systems flicker Google, pictures mall. These things are all public. Don't instagram. Many of these things are for all practical. Instagram is the worst worst offender at the moment. You're posting. Your posting private information when you post a picture of yourself drunk at a bar giving the deal, the longhorns or devil sign and get your tongue hanging out and a beer in one hand and. All, party you? This is stupid. And this is what the result is what you're starting to see and this is going to get everybody. What will interest me? Is so we have a social justice warrior, black I might add a skin color black. No idea if he's Adolph's or what he is, who is armed any has armed. Militants by his side, will the cancel culture beat the gun. Will he give up his position without a fight, or will he start shooting people with iphones tweeting that he's a horrible man. I'd love to know who wins this. Well? The canceled culture has had no luck going up against the Second Amendment people, and now I'm starting to I'm looking at tweets and I'm seeing compromise. Where they're starting to say well, you know maybe guns or good for some, but this is the John. This is not. It's not about owning guns. The guy has a gun in his hands, and you're going to go up and say hey, man. That wasn't cool. You tweeted ten years ago. Are, these are these brave enough to do that. No is this razzamatazz guns at the moment guns? If you ever noticed, guns are off the table. Understand what I'm saying. He is actually armed. We'll heat when they come and say you can't say faggot. Will he take the gun and pointed at them and say shut up, or will he leave with his head drooping? That's my point. It's not about the gun the fact these. Two guys armed to the teeth and he's. GonNa shoot at anybody who comes against. Say from there you he's. He's in in video with guns. So the kids inside that's my question. Will they be able to remove him even though? Remove him with their words. Thank you. That's what I'm worst name. Shame, vast shame, shame shame. Audi's goes. He comes out. He, probably won't be drooping his head, but he'll be holding his head high, and he'll realize that he was made a mistake ten years ago. You look. You'll be contrite and he'll apologize. He'll. With without to guns is not gonNA play. Okay, all right. Well then. That's what a leader that is Are you allowed to shame a black man into leaving the camp. Will this is GonNa be interesting. Yeah. He's probably the only black guy there from what I can tell. All right I think we've had enough. Yeah, we've done enough damage. I think I do have one little thing. If you WanNa, just hear one funny little bit again Glenn. Greenwald going out blasts and ro. Khanna, who. I mean this little Greenwald on George. W Bush thought was worth listen. This is again on the rising. And I want to read you a quote. This broken up to the daily beast. He says Bush I my career in public service, running against Bush war in Iraq and no four, but no one doubts commitment to tolerance and inclusiveness. Now I mean given. Your own record covering the Bush administration, and the Iraq war and I mean I'm not sure there was a lot of tolerance and inclusiveness in Abu Ghraib I just would love your reaction to that notion that Bush was some saintly figure, even though he was just took the misguided view of invading Iraq I mean this historical revisionism from liberals is so nauseating. I I mean I know in may be my own personal experience I began writing about politics, thousand, five, eight, thousand, five, for really only one reason, which was that I thought that the abuses of the Bush Cheney administration when he came to the war on terror, when it became too extreme executive, power abuses, and theories of executive power were extraordinarily menacing to basic. Basic. What the basic everything! Why they should just be clipped at menacing, but the thing is is that the Democrats are trying to get George Bush to. Endorse bite in this with this is all about Bush has already said he won't do that. He says ridiculous. Where my behind is something else happen? No, you're ahead. Because supposedly, it was reported in. You know the various mainstream media said Bush is not going to endorse right, and so they assume that he's going to endorse Biden and it turns out that Bush actually says he didn't. He never said he wasn't going to endorse trump. He wasn't saying anything. Yeah. FULL CRAP! Why does anyone care about old Bush young Bush that Bush Betty? According to these guys, the Democrats jacked up over the idea that Bush will turn on trump. But he's believe me Bush and trump or no friends isn't. There's no turning is just you know will? He embarrassed the Republican? Party I doubt the George Bush. George W Bush is not going to do that at all, and who been and again who cares? WHO CARES! We care we care. We care because we care. We care about you producers. We care about you. And we have got a bevy of stuff happening. grumpy old. Ben Smith's Sircar will the case special guests next on the no agenda STREAM DOT com. He's Got Jesse Coin Nelson we've got some Fleischer. Antonio's do we have I, don't know who made this. Think, we got it all. Out them all. Those are show mixes and. Please remember us at divorce dot org slash as we will return on Thursday no doubt there'll be plenty to talk about and Clinton and deconstruct. Shows are getting plenty long, but. It's worth it. Comes from opportunities owned thirty-three here in Austin, Texas, capital of the drone star state, female region number six in the government of maps in the morning, everybody. By not incurring. From New Orleans Silicon Valley. I'm John C. Devora. We return on Thursday right here on no agenda again. Remember divorce dot org slash n. a until then audio small foes. And such. TICKLE ME elmo child. He talks. The president spoke from the Rose Garden, and even as he declared himself quote that ally of all peaceful protesters. Who is the thought? He calls them thugs. Took Anderson Cooper. WHO IS THE THUG here? He calls them those. A black man killed with four officers, holding him down with four officers, holding him down fat check false, stopping and frisking a young black man, simply because he's a young black man that check false. A. Girl. WHO's the here? They're gathering together to. Through protesting, the people are able to share their feelings and work together to make things. I'm going to say one thing fuck trump. Who's The folks here? Also. What we have seen. People say enough is enough. To kill up standing black citizens because a non upstanding. In a career black criminal dice. supported. By. And you do stupid things. You whimsy prizes. WHO's the folk here I got to Kaley. Kaley deed. Daily beaks. I got to. Do the deep. clubhouse. Joe This is really nice yet. It hasn't really good. I'm really Happy Air Dan some move your legs around a lot of twisty and Kista like dancing. That's not this is loud music and it's all in rhythm. You've got a group five gone on. There's something really cool about doing stuff for the group of people. But he's pushed everybody on. Now. I will say beware might therese will get significantly worse. That can be entertaining. That's not what this is. Cardio of course is fantastic. They'll do weights. What are you crazy? was, this my release. Now Dan dancing move your legs around noble. I'm interested. To beautiful bow audio, only do the dancing and united, so we don't have a hearing aids glasses on some kind of like. How How! What's going on? That's an amazing story. Man I like where you're coming from. People need community. Everybody needs community particularly in Texas. This is groundbreaking. Dude, you flip phone. Create lists data at least i. Swear to God. We didn't try to be a pirate crew. Mojo. Dot Org slash. Thanks Electric Videos.

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"Is beyond laughable. Curry John's Devora. Eleven Twenty Twenty Award didn't give nation media assassination episode, twelve, hundred, forty, five. This is no agenda. Symptomatic and broadcasting live from opportunities on thirty three here, the Frontier Boston Texas capital of the drone star states in the morning. Everybody I'm Adam Curry, and from northern Silicon Valley where we miss the Zephyr which seemed to not only be on time, but thirty seconds early I'm Jesse Devora. Well, then the most important question is how many cars. Into Room. Some water and I saw the Zephyr going by. Mister Car The car that I started to count with well. Luckily, it's you do this on Thursday. And there's only there's only a day and a half left of trading I mean. The markets will be confused if we can't give them the Zephyr economic car indicator, then this trouble. Well I. Miss I feel bad about it. Okay I mean it happens. It's it's not our job per se. Seems, I get is yeah. Well, the week started off fantastically. Work Well. We have great news from the WHO. I was super excited. Oh, you mean the news that they said they did. Get some pushback from the Democrats and they had to go back against the the news, and and back off on news. Well it. It went a little differently, but I do have the sequence, and this is the news that made me happy Maria von carryover. Of the WHO during their a regularly scheduled conference call with Dr Ted Ross. And you know it's it's a it's a little pressure. And they give all the latest details and and health professionals call in, and while here's what she said. The second part of your question is what proportion of asymmetric individuals actually transmit. That we look at they need. These individuals need to be followed carefully. Over the course of when they're detected and looking at the secondary transmission, we have a number of reports from countries who are doing very detailed contact tracing their following as symptomatic cases. They're following contacts and they're not finding secondary transmission onward is very rare. That not much of that is not published in the in the literature from the papers that are published. There is one that came out from Singapore. Long Term Care Facility. There are some household transmission studies. Were you follow individuals over time? And you look at the proportion of those that transmit onwards? It's still appears to be rare that eysenck individual actually transmits onward early. Really want to be focused on our is following the symptomatic cases, but from the data we have, it's still seems to be rare that as domestic person actually transmits onward to a secondary individual so. Well, that's what I thought. I was super happy, and and of course. If you listen to what she says, a couple of things, she says there are few studies published papers. It's very rare that people who are as symtomatic pass on it covid the corona virus to other people, and she said they found this out by doing contact tracing. This, of course, the contact tracing is the next step would backfire. It was the next step in someone's. One agenda one of the many because we're GONNA find out about everybody and who they're hanging out with and this fabulous network that you can. Put into a database and it's great. It's great for all kinds of things, so we cannot have that we A. we can't have people thinking that they can. They can just stop wearing a mask. We can't have that. We can't have a contact tracing. Show show. That this is. This is happening, so the guy who has not been in a briefing for weeks pops up on Good Morning America. Of course, we've got to bring in the big gun. Dr, PFAU chief himself to reject this claim from the World Health Organization the same organization he has touted for months as the Authority and the W. H. O. said something recently suggested that a symptomatic spread is rare. They've been walked back just all. They walked back now. This is not a scientific correction retracted papers. None of the W. H. O. walked it back. This is the authority of the. Clip them walking back. A clip of that, but first we have to listen to which is rare, and they've been walked back just a little bit. So can you clarify that for us? What happened the other day? Is that a member of the WHO was saying that transmission now mind you a member of the who you mean. The one of the women who has been there for months giving us the information. We have been told to believe that's the member. You're speaking of Maria Care Cova whose name translates to. Churchyard with saying that transmission from an a symptomatic person to an uninfected person was very rare. They walked that back. Because there's no evidence again, foued she unscientific. They walked that back I. can hear the meeting now holy crap. Did you hear what those halls did? Tell call now. Tell him to walk it back. They just forgot to use a different term once they did it. They walked that back. Because there's no evidence indicate, that's the case. And in fact, the evidence that we have given the percentage of people which is about twenty five forty five percent of the totality of infected people likely without symptoms, and we know from epidemiological studies they can transmit. Someone who is uninfected even? Without symptoms so to make distressing to hold on. Let's listen you gotTA. It's important that we listen. GonNa make sure listeners. So to make a statement to say that's a rare event was not correct, and that's the reason why the WHO walk that back, so he's saying that there's no evidence. He saying that the statement was incorrect. Just. That and what do you think what does? This is their named Robin Robin. Wright is that WHO's as from. Good Morning America could be. What do you think, father? What do you think she does a follow up question? A she. She nails him to the Cross. You know, let's just check the end again. WHO Walk that back? And talked about hearing all this. How does that? People are wondering about schools reopening. Okay Oh. Yeah, yeah, well. She nailed him on that all right. Tell me about schools reopening. Now, let's listen to the actual retraction. The WHO gave not quite the same that there's no evidence in this confident Maria now she looks like a deer caught in the headlights, so there were quite a lot of messages the Irish you'd overnight and that was. She walk that back. It received about. Making some clarification system point that I made yesterday at the press conference so I think it's important, just a just a if I can briefly cover some of them, perhaps some of the misunderstandings. Yesterday. Did, you misunderstand what she said, did she or did she not say? Papers published that showed asymmetric spread was rare. That's what I heard. Seems issue is very clear. And she used the word rare at least two times. I think three times. Well not as many times as Faucher US walk back. I think what's important. Related to transmission is what we know. Importantly what we don't know and what we're trying to do to really understand this very complex question, there are some estimates that suggests that anywhere between six percent of the population and forty one percent of the population, maybe infected, but not have symptoms within a point estimate of around sixty percent. I don't know a whole lot, she says. The range of known infections is between six percent and forty one percent with a sixteen point error margin. That's not knowing anything. that. She's statistically. That doesn't seem like you know anything, but. Actually there's a term for it. Statistically spitballing. Nice, she's spitballing exactly. A point estimate of around sixty percent. I don't want to get too technical, please. I don't WanNA get too technical. You might be able to figure out I'm about to talk about about to be spitballing. But we do know that some people who are symptomatic or some people who don't have symptoms can transmit the virus on, and so what I was referring to yesterday in the conference, where very few studies some two or three studies that have been published that actually tried to follow eastern Semitic cases, so people who are infected overtime, and then look at all of their contacts and see how many additional people were infected, and that's a very small subset of studies in that I use the phrase very rare and I think that's. Misunderstanding to. That that asymmetric transmission globally is very rare what I was referring to a subset of studies. I only have a small bit of studies, however if we take a study. That is against hydroxy chloroquine that only looks at the forty patients. Then it's accepted and Ho- stop administering that you're being lied to. This whole thing is bullcrap. The whole thing is one hundred percent crap. Yeah, there's a virus, but the lockdown was ally ally. Tell you from these people. and. If the current of consulting group were brought into this I would recommend to the president of and maybe he's thinking of this the following. He's got to go on Primetime and say ladies and gentlemen. I can't do voice, but this is. How would would supposed to sound? I was hoodwinked and with me the American people and perhaps the world by the experts. I was told to believe them. We all believe them around the world FAO. She burks CDC. Who All lied to you? And whether you re elect me, not I. Tell You I will drain the swamp. Because there's no he's. He's Boris. Johnson is now apologizing himself all except he's not doing it right, he saying. Well this is what I was advised. I would say all the voices. The worst ever. TRYING TO BORIS IN HIS This I got nothing else to do, but just advised it. So, it's crap. The whole lockdown. Situation is just a lie. It was designed to bring down the economy. And the checkmark recovery. Everyone was in on it on the stock market We'll figure that out. Just shift some money to online businesses. It's all right down. You just sell now. Wait until it goes down by the bottom and everyone made out like bandits. Bandits! As a lot of banditry going Oh, my goodness, but this I mean this just tells you that it's. It's just a lie. The they've not told us the truth. And of course vaccines now listen to. He's actually walking back his vaccine story a little bit now. He's promised. Vaccines Common is coming now here is the on Good Morning America talking about the vaccine. Backs by the end of this cowardly year. In the first few months of twenty twenty one, so that's the thing that makes me feel confident that the process is really on track, and that's good news again. In the context of never being able to guarantee success, things are clearly going in the right direction. That's very promising, very promising indeed and once there is a vaccine. This follow up! Oh. That's very promising. That's let me just tell you a little something about interviewing people. When you either weren't listening to the person you were interviewing where you have no idea what they were saying. You just say something like what this re. This journalist did Robin Robin journalists. She's A. She's a show host of never being able to guarantee success. He's now saying. We never can guarantee success. It's not it's not guaranteed. She's like Oh yeah. Of never be able to guarantee success. Things are clearly going in the right direction. That's very promising. Promising Oh. Yes, promising. Initiative knots promises. Indeed and once there is A. Sports Robin Seen. How often do you think we would need? It would be like getting the flu shot every year now. This is a very good question that is. We need it now. She doesn't know why she's asking the question that was put on a piece of paper. That's why so does that mean does. Will it change every year just like the flu? That's the question, but she doesn't know she's asking it out. You know we don't know that right now. Taking one step at a trauma suggesting we WANNA do is determine if it's safe and it, it protects along protection lasts. We're going to have to obviously observed that, and that's the reason why when you make a vaccine. It isn't the end of the game. You have to keep following and see how long the duration of the protection is. We hope it substantial. But if it isn't, you could always give a boost. Now step one. Let's just PRU. At it safe and effective, and then we'll go on from there. Okay I to me a vaccine. You get one. In the minute they start with the boosters. Right I don't think that's as great as you're telling me. It is re at their boosters every year now I. Don't like it at, but don't doesn't matter because all of this is just good news where we are today as Neil Ferguson. The man of the H. E. Two million dead model who walked back, and then walked his naked asset to his girlfriend, who was cheating on her husband. During during these so-called lockup. He says I was right. I was right. Every. Diocese. For. Walk. Mentions teams. So had we introduced. What? would. That I find that. The hall. Home so I I think measures what? About thought you about this. Since trump washing melody. Second guessing is. A. Very very animated, young man he is. So Yeah Hey I was right. Go ahead and prove me wrong was always great to save. We hadn't done it. Be More people dead. Go ahead and prove me wrong. Thanks Mr. Science will go try and prove a negative. To what is going on with this data? What's happening with all that Alex I'm almost done with his Berenson wrote a book which I think is one of the best sellers now really about the data. In nineteen, the date of the models and it's a very kind of. He wrote it. In kind of like the way we've explained how these things work, but only use published data, and he was on Adam. Corolla show talking about it and what what is happening to our journalism right right so okay, so people in the media are not good at math, and they're very prone to group. Think as they as the candidates think copy, but there's something even worse than that right and people call a trump derangement syndrome I. don't like to call it that because that to me suggests there aren't good reasons to be mad at trump I call it orange man bad. Right because. Put you in on the joke of it right that you know don't trump does have lots of issues, but there's Orangemen Band Syndrome going on Donald. Trump got blamed for this early on and you know he didn't. The government didn't prepare right. He shot the borders, but then the government didn't really prepare in February and early March. And then it panics, but what people realize in the media consciously or not was? They could beat him up with this. They could beat him over the head with it because his normal style is to fluster and two blocks and tomorrow people and that does not work when their when you know when you have. These staff counts every day. They realize they could embarrass him. And they have been doing it non stop ever since, but the flipside of embarrassing him means you have to constantly talk about how terrible this is right and here's one last irony here Adam. If this were really terrible, okay, if this thing were really the Spanish flu or worse, were like forget the stand, but let's say killing ten percent of Americans. We would have to take it. You know I'd like that. He listens to our show. Orangemen bad. And we are now two weeks and two days since the protests, peaceful protests began. We saw everyone out there without mass touching all kinds of stuff going on by now we should have people in the intensive care units dying on mass big big groups of them i. don't see it however much be seeing it. Adam Urine Texas NBC sees it. But doesn't see it for what it is. They say there's an uptick. A surge I'm confused. Troubling new signs tonight about Corona virus in some areas that we opened early hospitalizations are way up more serious indicator than the number of cases and today. Dr Anthony Fauci called Covid nineteen his worst nightmare, saying it's not over yet. Oh, it's the states that opened up early. Okay, that's the problem, not the people out there riding and peacefully protesting. and. I do not believe this is true. I, I really don't have that same report I agree with you. said the people in a democracy now is playing that up to, but before we get too far away from the your first clips. your jewelry abandoning no I didn't abandon them Keeping keeping the slow going. I have a Kaley. Out of context I'M GONNA pull a Kaley clip. 'cause I have a Kaley special today. Well. It's as you know what I love about the show. Without, ever speaking to each other. We have this magic that works between you myself and our producers so when you say you have. Would you Katie what Kayleigh? Special a Kayla special. You will. Man. Take. One more. Time Consuming. Was Writing. Off. John Lucas you're a master. I. Have the Kaley special for later May. Thought. It was I was just if we wanted to produce that in this show was run like a traditional m five m show. What do you think five weeks? has to run past legal. We have We have all kinds we have to finally. We got your legal. We have to audition singers now. Just get value for value. Thank you John just so Ferguson coming back and saying he was right. Yeah brings me to this because there's no reason not to take advantage of the situation, and so we're going to have this of this clip which is. The trump administration taking advantage of this, and this is Kaley pulls and Obama. Also I wanted to take us through few other things relating to the coronavirus I. The krona, virus taskforce briefing. was held yesterday I was in it, and there are some very good news that I'd like to share with you I. Don't know if you all saw. There were two studies that came out very strong studies in the journal Nature, in Europe, which had a very similar epidemic profile to the United States three point. One million lives were saved. And the efforts taken by the European governments and as Dr. Burks noted to me. She sent this to me just before I walked out here, she said it suggests that the United States also prevented over three million deaths. Thanks to that for it's a president trump in the American people. Another study found that the shutdown efforts prevented fifty million additional corona virus. So those are two very encouraging studies, underscoring the work of the American people. Know! Not everyone will understand why. This is so funny if they're kind of new to the show. after the two thousand eight. Great recession. Metric was jobs saved or created. They didn't know which one it was, but it was something to look at. And it was millions of jobs saved or created, and we determined it was just made up. Thing is bowl cranny I'm looking for. I can't find any clips that contain save or create I mean we laughed about it? They're all mixed and we must add about fifty eclipse that has that's why I find it odd that well. It's also from the very beginning I may not have all that archive. This dish bit when I heard it saved or created saved or created is same scam Bob pulled. Nobody's calling him on it. We'll know it's Kaley hello. Right. But to us. In the later. Katie special. where she you know I found I got her formula getting her former the down here the. Next, it'd be the second after the first break You'll start to see the formula she uses for slamming. These guys was pretty funny. Anyway, so yeah I thought the saved or created is exactly what we're looking at here. And and they opened the door for it when for Ferguson doesn't help by coming back and and take a you know a victory lap. Spike in the ball it. Now. It doesn't help at all. There's one other thing I just want to read just came in its from A medical, Med page today, which is a lot of doctors to subscribe to the newsletter, and it's a medical website. and. They have a story here about the administrator of the Saugus Rehab and nursing. Centers Saugus Massachusetts. Would heard that a new Medicare website. you could find all the data of the cases and deaths reported from nursing homes, so she went to take a look, and her facility had seven, hundred ninety four confirmed cases of Covid nineteen, the second highest in the country and two hundred eighty one cases among the staff. This is the CDC's national. Sate Healthcare Safety Network which operates under new rules from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. It's called cms well. Her eighty bed facility only reported forty-five residents to have tested positive and five residents died it. It's it's impossible. These numbers are inflated by a factor of ten. So she started looking around and talking to people, and there's nursing home after nursing home that has numbers that are inflated by. Seriously factor ten. Med page today I learned the inaccurate inaccurate shortly after publishing an article on Friday on the public database, and that article was list, which has since been removed of. Those with the highest numbers of cases and deaths among residents and staff included Delridge health and Rehab Rehabilitation Center parameters new. Jersey the cms data indicated it had the most covid nineteen deaths of any nursing home in the country, seven hundred and fifty three covid nineteen deaths. That number is insanely wrong Jonathan mccully delridge is marketing. Director wrote in a frantic email. We are a ninety bed center and we have had less than twenty deaths. How do you report such inaccurate numbers? Well I think we all know the answer. Why don't we? Because, this was a scam. And these are the these are the numbers that Medicare fraud by the way. To the list. That's the whole point. There're all these now I'm not pointing the finger at anybody either administrators at the nursing home to like. Hey, this is our moment because they're going to make us do all this stuff. We gotta have all kinds of money or whatever it is. or it someone in between them at the Medicare. Jacking up the numbers for other reasons internally either way data's disqualified. It's disqualified. Take off your mask. People go out. It was a joke. This this. In here reach one now. This just came from one of our producers. This is outrageous. The the the the nursing. Care off a youtube. Their Nursing Care Industry is now saying Oh, crap! We're going to get blamed. We're GONNA get blamed. The other thing is where the hospitals are. They're probably doing the same thing. They have this same. Let's back up. Let's back up to the early oil. They're all the reports. Show him on. NBC ABC CBS all their backed up. There are the trumpster slammed, and of course they're showing on videos. You Watch you to the duck. Bunch of doctors and nurses dancing in the halls beside the point slam slam slam, and then the next day of number of people went out with their own cameras after the reporting was over and took pictures, and went to the hospitals and went inside. There was nobody in their taken off you to take it off Youtube. That's exactly what happened. In. The virus real get see appears to be real, they two. Things happen they seem to be detected, but this is going to unravel before the election. It better it better because this is an outrage and people are being silenced over this. It can't. It won't last because there's too much of. You can't overdo a scam. Unless, you have anything else I'd like to move it right to my next conclusion of the week unless you have more on Ovid. Will. Let's see do I. Think I got my good one out of the way. The good one. I just have the all well. I mean we could do the democracy now or. This democracy neither think so the COVA deaths update so you're the breathless deaths update which we now know is probably bogus. Bogus exactly Cronin virus cases are continuing to soar cross. The death toll tops one, hundred, twelve, thousand. The give ever take can post reports. What if what if everything was times ten and we're really only at thousand. It makes sense. Yeah, that makes a lot more sense to me to Cronin virus. Sorry. I'm going to say we I have times ten report later in the show on something else. Excellent Corona virus cases are continuing to soar across. The United States is the death toll tops, one, hundred, twelve, thousand the Washington Post reports Cova. Hospitalizations are increasing in at least nine states, following the reopening of businesses Texas North and South Carolina California Oregon Arkansas Mississippi. Utah, and Arezzo are all seeing a surge in patients needing medical attention Texas seen two consecutive days of record corona virus hospitalizations on Tuesday, the nation's top infectious disease Dr Anthony Fauci described Corona viruses quote worst nightmare and said the pandemic is not close to over yet. The Institute for Health. Metrics and evaluation is revised its projected US death toll upwards predicting one hundred forty five thousand deaths by early August. Models and data it cannot be trusted. They cannot be trusted in. Global warming. Can't worry. That's coming back. so something interesting happened again. It was just a crazy week on Sunday. We talked about Sesame Street, and what they were teaching the kids about racism, and I took exception to their definition of racism This is a clip from Sunday show. It may sound eerily like we're talking now, but it's a clip from Sunday's show. I should probably do a sound effect. I should do this. This will make it more clear. MAZDAS. Oh, racism is when people treat other people unfairly because of the way they look the color of their skin. Is Not I'm sorry, not the definition of racism. The definition dare day are freaked out the definition of racism, prejudice, discrimination, or for antagonism, directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior. It is not what was just said here. That is not so. You're teaching children incorrect things. Yeah. Well that didn't take very long and all it took was one noodle girl from Missouri has hundreds of thousands, March for justice across the country and in Saint Louis. One recent college grand is using her voice in a different way with everything. Going on I think is really important that everyone is on the same. The same page at the dictionary that is Kennedy Meacham, a recent college graduate studying law politics and society said the issue stemmed after people would quote the. The verbatim definition of racism a couple of weeks ago. I was like okay. This is the last argument I a half about this like I know a racism is experienced. It saw email them basically told them that they need to include that. There's systematic oppression upon a group of people. It's not just it's not just all I don't like someone. After back and forth emails, the editor of Merriam Webster agreed saying revision to the entry of racism is now being drafted. The definition of racism in the dictionary is in Canada is because it suggested. Racism is just passive. Of concept whereas braces in actuality. Acid belief, but it also causes health renders. Toward equal, don't look like you Dr Charlene. Teaches political science at Harris. Does State University? She said from her students to people like Kennedy. The young generation will make this movement different. No, I'm not exactly sure what the lady for Miriam Webster was saying about the what change we can expect. Could you turn your speakers down just a little bit, and you just slap back. So I'm not sure what exactly she meant, but it all it took was one email from a noodle kid Missouri and now they're changing a definition that as far as know, has been around for quite a long time. That is. Something new this is this is a change, and I'm a dentist buying it and for people who are new to the show, I would like to revisit the noodle boy. Because, this noodle boy has grown since this clip I came into our possession. Was this Seattle this new? The notably clip I always forget. I. Don't remember where the noodle boy. It was an Oregon or maybe. Seattle sounds like a Seattle guy date as he works at noodles, which is the noodles is noodles or noodle factory whatever it is. Know and now we're going back to what maybe eight nine ten years with this clip. Years and we were laughing about him because these kids seem like they were off their rockers like hey, man. This is not fair. We gotta have a say it's capital overshadow yeah, well like I described earlier to fundamental classes that are just plain fact in society either work for someone else. Are you work for yourself and most people weren't for so analysis in a way that they aren't free. Related to decide or work for example I work at noodles, a restaurant, and basically it's a dictatorship there our toll exactly. How To. Get there basically if they don't like doing, they try to tell us what to do. If we don't listen, they get rid of us. And so we were not able to actually quite ready in a way that we'd be decisions together I try to convince my my fellow toys that we should have a union at so as a source of power to start, and then I think in terms of the bigger picture when you look at revolutions, the way that you actually get rid of any sort of dictator show on is by having workers take control. Of the place where they work. With your plan, your vision for noodles. Would it include the owner what capacity he rants? Owner wanted to cooperate with us as an equal and provide his still had. We would definitely cooperate. To advocate his position as being an owner and control, Voss and he would have to recognize that. Together basically if he doesn't want to cooperate with us, he's against us well. We, laughed, we laughed. We referred back to noodle boy many time constantly we got game or gate and Social Justice Warriors. And of course we saw some what entered the fray really was. Social Media and twitter and it was fun. We could call people out, and and you know, and and get make trouble for them, and then a couple of these noodle kids they they figured out that you could probably shame advertisers into doing certain things, and if you can shame advertise as well. Maybe we can well. They didn't work too well on public people. That's really how. How it started trying to cancel as it canceled culture, trying to cancel, people and it's always fun to take you know some kind of a media property media personality, so as we move forward in time from the noodle boy as noodle boys and girls, they have They've evolved, and they figured out. They have a Web. Oh, now now now they have all got older. Social media came into the fray and I. See noodle boy now having what I'm going to call a noodle gun, not quite sure. Noodle Gun DOT COM by the way is registered to us, not quite not quite knowing how to use it yet. But when they figured out when their aim is true and they're loaded. It's getting pretty good simple things now again. This is just target practice. These demands for racial justice, not going unheard tonight. We're witnessing a number of. Ships many say are longtime coming with that. Here's Blaine Alexander. Movie Classic? Known for its swirling score and unforgettable cast. In Yeah I don't give a damn, but now gone with the wind is temporarily gone from streaming services. Hbo Max the Film said Georgia during the civil war has been criticized for romanticizing slavery. HBO says the Film Will Return to service with a discussion of its historical context and announcement of those very depictions all right, so you get the idea and gone with the wind, but it's not just gone the cancel some more stuff. Another noodle shot in the wake of all of the protests, following the death of George Floyd, the paramount network has now canceling cops after thirty three seasons on the air. It's a long time. Zone also pulling live PD from its schedule. Okay, so let's just look at a quick little rundown. The Cross fits eeo. CEO's are now being targeted. This is where it's getting interesting. Now Cross my love, it cross. It is vulnerable I looked at their business model, and they the way they work is, anyone can become across fit, Jim. You pay three thousand dollars a year in fees and every instructor has to be certified by Croff it and it's a thousand dollars, and that's it but There's no turf. Protections of someone could open A. Opener across fit right next to you in the garage next door gyms have have expanded and added this so when he when the CEO tweeted Floyd Nineteen. That's all he did. He tweeted Floyd Nineteen. Immediately, the noodle gun came out. And it got so bad the gym. It's not that hard for Jim. They just say fuck I'M GONNA cancel. They can always resigns like the contracts not exclusive. Then they started to cancel. The only have fifteen thousand, so this guy had to resign. That's how bad it was now. The New York Times was very clear with boycott. Your own relatives until they get woke. Don't donate money to black groups and tell them you won't text or call them until they do. Let's see what else is happening. Elmer fudd in the new looney tunes. No longer has he's rifle. At Church now this was interesting. Catch and release catch and release. A church is in. Let me just tell you what this is. One. One of the petitioners of the Church of the Highlands in I'm not sure this is so quickly. liked a tweet like to tweet. I don't even have to get into what the tweet was. They lost their lease at the high, school. A million dollars to the high school by the way annually. No would you can't have you here. Noodle shot noodle gun once again it hits, we have. See Little Britain in the UK has been removed from. Netflix it's a it's A. It's a parody a comedy. It's very very successful. When I was there, which is not that long ago, it was number. One people loved. It has to be has to go Michael Moore's film. Canceled censored taken off anywhere Jesse. Small Ed is seeking to capitalize on nationwide police protests with his latest legal argument. More noodle shots noodle boy noodle shots. Robert Baden, Powell statue. The founder of boy scouts has to go, and when they pulled down statues like they did just the other night, which was kind of. Funny how the head fell on one of the protesters, and put him in the hospital with serious injuries. When when you do that when people pull down statues, it is symbolic that they're coming for the leaders next, and if you people don't see it, you are screwed. Here's what's happening with the guns. It starts with CEO's anthropology anthropology as a you know a chain store they close and do. Do. You know what a look book is. Do you remember looks from the advertising? Agencies I know about look books, but I don't recall them and it. It wasn't something that was in the public domain known notion tailable. Now Look Books. Before the Internet. Advertising agencies paid college kids mainly. They gave them polaroid cameras and mostly in New York. I would say mostly in New York. Madison Avenue in New York go out with your Polaroid's take pictures into if if someone would notice a leopard print dress in a club, and there's an album cover with leopard print some other leopard-print. These advertising agencies were charged their clients big money to look at the look book here. The trends were identify so there's a good chance that fashion or some other product whatever the trend was from. The book would show up in advertising and products. With the advent of the Internet data became the look. Book and the agencies all became big data, agencies and Google everybody, all all calling data, looking at the trends and thinking they found trans which. They're not because each trend for each individual person. Is Algorithm driven all of its algorithm driven? So is it really a trend, or is it just a trend for small set or for one individual? And the trend was woke culture. So all the agency said we've got a virtue signal. So in came the pride colors and black lives, matter and all the virtue signalling you can imagine, but now an anthropology, and there's a it's GonNa be all the designers now. Anthropology is the best example. This news is not really breaking yet, but it's coming. They have all this virtue signaling stuff for black lives matter people inside the company noodle. Kids who work there are now using the noodle gun and they're saying Oh, yeah well. That's very interesting. We have a code word for black people or people of Color in the store. It's call. It's Nick and we say on the headsets. Say Like A. Kicking Nick Cave et and pundits of employees. All over the country are confirming this. Someone's going down. The C. E. O.'s going down. The company could go down. This is a huge. It's to me. It's almost like. A Socialist Workers Revolution Somehow. They are taking control of corporations now. They're figuring out that they can. This is to be great to watch. Clipper, what's going on in Seattle Riots. Districts some right updates and get some of these. What you're talking about well can I just give you one more them then? We'll be done with it because we have to do this anyway. Because I know what the first real noodle gun cannon shot is! And that's what is it? That's Colin Kaepernick. and I think was the last show I said. I think he's GonNa. He's GonNa hire him back to say that you put it in the red book. I said put it in the red book. He's going to play again. He'll be hired and. Again an playing again in hired two different things go on. I think you know the intent of what I was saying. This is es no, the intent was. Go ahead, I'm not okay. We have to stop for a second and re. Clarify the red book entry. What is it? I know the intent because I'm a mind reader. Can tell you. What I? Think I wrote it down. Did I wrote it down? Okay, here's here's what I wrote. Adam June seventh. To Twenty twenty eleven twenty-five Kapernick to play NFL. That's what I said. Play play. That's okay. That's okay I'll take it. I was wrong he might play. Oh, you're! You don't even give it a chance to roll out. You can't be wrong. I just want to get to the clips I have. No desire to discuss what I predicted this case. Clare. This is the New Orleans Saints Safety Malcolm. Jenkins COM CABINET GETS BACK in the league. What does that mean to the NFL on stands for racial equality? Why I think it means something very significant means that the NFL is recognizing that it has be what it says it is. You cannot have this. This commentary. You can't have Roger Goodell giving statements. You can't do all of that. You can't say black lives matter if you're not going to recognize the black life at you ruined that you actually went out and actively sought to his career, and I think the more important part. David is the fact that. Fifteen billion dollar industry and there has to be room for everybody. There has to be room for all of these different. Attitudes in these different points of you saw with the video with the players yesterday, and there's no way you're going to be able to say that you're an inclusive organization to everybody. If you're going out and you're actively silencing the players, I mean I just feel like when I think about this. I think about the ability of a country to be able to handle the truth. Yeah, you have to be able to handle. What's taking place and it's it's actually one of the areas where we're at our worst is the inability to actually sit down and say listen. The world's not going to collapse Colin Kaepernick is playing football in the NFL with anything. That's actually helpful, so that's just a guy from the same you I have no idea about sports is important or not. It's all just call that a BB gun shot. Let's get out the twenty two caliber. This is Sonny Halston of the view line kneeling, and the question is is Colin Kaepernick owed an apology. What do you think sunny well I don't. I think he's not only owed an apology. Owed his job I think he's owed back. Pay and I think he deserves a Nobel Peace Prize was fascinating about it is when you listen to Roger Goodell's. May Culpa he mentions everything he says we were wrong. We should have listened. Athletes in the league are now allowed to take a knee. We support peaceful protests. He mentioned every single thing except the very name of the man who started the protest. Who started this peaceful protests? Taking the knee has become the symbol of these protests. We see it all over our country. We see it actually internationally now and I think it's shameful. That were allowed to Co.. That movement and make it about the flag and make it something it was never about. It really really just is shameful. Now again I. Don't know much about sports, certainly football. Or American football. As it was my understanding. Cabinet was just not that good. He came back after whatever injury or whatever we had. He couldn't keep the weight on. The guy was just no good and there was the controversy. It wasn't that he was no good he they weren't playing him. Then I will let's. Do some clarification before we get too far off the track. He was being paid by the way all even when he was off the team. Sure no pick up his contract. He doesn't get back Paik. He was getting his full salary. It was over ten million bucks as far as I recall a year. Then, he. May getting it. He made a deal right. He made a whole payoff deal to. Pay Off made a lot of money so but that doesn't matter because this is not about. This is about a win. This is about shooting the noodle gun right into the heart of the enemy. Which of course is the racist? NFL? Owners who are friends with trump? We all know that that's what's going on. And the noodle boys and girls found an ally. The man whose actual business model is to make things happen by shaming corporations. You can't get much bigger than the NFL I mean you can, but it's a big corporation. Two incomes at the Eulogy for the Third Eulogy for George Floyd. The river now it's nice to see some people change their mind. Headed the NFL said Yell. Maybe we was wrong football players. Maybe? They did have the right to peacefully protest. What don't apologize, Give Colin Kaepernick job. This was this was the longest applause of the entire ceremony had to cut some of. That was so long. On their feet standing ovation home with. Empty apology. Take a man's livelihood. Strowman man down over his talents and four years later when the whole world is marching. All of a sudden you go and do a face time talking about new sorry. Faced. Manama's and the value of our lives. You sorry then repay the damage bid to the career. You stood Dow closed when Colin took me, he took it for families in missed. Thrill Lin and we don't want an apology. We want him repaint. Repaired you want and repair like a reparation to Colin Kaepernick. We have to revisit. Another piece of lost. Information revealed on the show. which is that one of the reasons? He wasn't playing because the line wouldn't block for him, no. Because he had an affair with one of the line Mr Slides, but also key was Mr Deeds. Mix is mixed race. He was Mr G.. Kind of more passing than anything although. If anything looks little more Jewish. But then once this happened out came the fro all of a sudden. This is from what I heard from Oh I. Don't pay attention to that. So this whole thing. It really doesn't matter because where we're at now, is Roger Goodell was under pressure. Al Sharpton doesn't just give up. This is his business model. He stands there until he gets what he wants or he'll stage protest after protest. He got the business of Jesse Jackson. And now we have Benjamin. CRUMP is the new guy he's in there as well. I think all brought him. In is the apprentice. CRUMP is the attorney for the family same business model, chick-fil-a. Someone was wearing a back. The blue t shirt in CHICK-FIL-A. One of the workers which means you know pay? I stand with the police. Oh, no CHICK-FIL-A has to apologize. CEOS are going to be the ones to go when a CEO is fired for this Kinda thing. They can't work for good ten years. They're contaminated. These guys they don't care about noodle boy noodle girl anything they want their status, their job, their ability to move to other companies. A lot is going to get done with the noodle gun. Oh I think so too noodle gun dot com exit from play my rice clip about Seattle. Because this is the real problem is as somebody pointed out you give these guys in still take a mile. Washington state hundreds of black lives matter. Protesters took over Seattle City Hall. Tuesday evening demanding the defunding of the Seattle Police Department and the resignation of Mayor Jenny Durkan. Police did not try to stop the protestors as they marched downtown, unlike on previous nights when officers unloaded with a barrage of so-called less lethal firepower on Monday, Seattle City Council member Theresa Mesquita condemned the mayor's militarized response to protests. How many people need to write in about being gassed in their own homes? How many people have to be sprayed in the street every night or experience? Getting hit with flash bombs rubber bullets. How many people have to call for the police to be funded for you to consider resigning or for the mayor to embrace radical change. But, I find kind of fun about this story. Is these the people that are you know? No Borders first thing they do in their own country is set up a border. Did, you see the signs like. Your now, leaving the USA, but it was kind of written on cardboard. Like the way you used to put on your room. No girls allowed with s backwards. That's I. Mean this is. This is exactly what I'm seeing. These are children. His. Crazy apparently are out of control and taking over the place. The rise of the noodle boy. The noodled kids like you're saying about the noodle gun I think this. This may may get some lake noodle gun dot. com is registered. That can take us, so that's a that's A. Good start. The see where we add okay then I. Probably while we're at it, why don't I don't know what virtuous signaling please do something. How out playing the bonus clip? Okay, which is a new Hollywood production showing the same Ohio this? We have the twenty thousand or twenty. There's two thousand of these Justice Department Justice, Department lawyers, and DA's the signing up for we have the same thing in Hollywood with the Kristen Bell the. Stanley Tucci Same Old Group of people, and so they've come out with a little thing to shame, the public shame the public I take responsibility. Take Responsibility. I take. Responsibility I take responsibility. For every unchecked moment for every time it was easier to ignore than to call it out for what it was. Not So funny joke. Every unfair stereotype, every blatant injustice, no matter how big or small every time remained silent. Every time I explained away police brutality. Or turned a blind eye. I take responsibility. Black. People are being slaughtered in the streets killed in their own homes. These are others and sisters, our friends. Family. We're done watching them die. We are no longer bystanders. We will not be idle. Enough is enough I will no longer allow and unchecked moment. I will no longer allow racist hurtful words, jokes, stereotypes, no matter how big or small. ushered. In my president. I will not turn a blind eye. Going for a jog should not be a death sentence. Sleeping in your own home should not be a death sentence. Playing Video Games with your nephew should not be a death sentence. Shopping in a store should not be a death sentence. Business as usual should not be life threatening. I stand against hate. I'll stand against hate. I stand against hate I stand against hate I will stand against hate in love. will make my presence known in killer. COPS must be prosecuted. They are murderers. We can turn the tide. It's time. To Take Responsibility? Call Out, hate, to step up. And take. Yeah, you knows. Sadly this is not going to help much. If I was a one of the Democratic leaders or any leader, really I would actually see if I could get a movie green-lit. That really triggers everybody. Because now we know it's no fun. There's no one left to trip up an and nailed to the wall in Hollywood, the the people who are worried shut up and gone away. Everyone's virtue saying links this. If you don't focus these these noodles on on Hollywood. They're going to go to the CEO's. This Yes, yes, somebody should do exactly what you said. Get something going. Hollywood Hollywood douche bags. Let's start. Let's just look at this new. All I WANNA. End Stereotyping Orangemen. Bad trump's an asshole wants to rob Reiner tweet once in a while. If you WANNA stop pay I mean. This guy is the most hateful guy and all the people that follow him and click like like like I mean. This is the the worst kind of hate is the hit against our own president of the United States, that all comes from Hollywood it all stems from Hollywood and these douche bags who also produced the most violent hate films as they're the ones in the movies, not me. I can't say card. I get him get a bit. Part of that's beside the point. The point is is that these people are hypocrites. That wasn't the queue, was it? Now. That's my you're gonNA. Hear it okay now. Don't worry. It's going to be about leopold the second. Belgium I know all about Leopold the second Belgium. So. I do have good news. I have. Immersed myself with some of the younger white millennial children in Austin by happenstance. who have participated in Peaceful protesting et CETERA. And I noticed that Austin and Austin businesses, the woke ones and the mayor and the city council. Are All following the lead of the Austin Justice Coalition. As mayor. Steven Adler Announces Initiatives for anti-racist policy marches alongside. Austin protesters, the city council members discuss police reform solutions. With Austin Coalition. Austin restaurants, donating to support black communities and causes is about fifteen twenty of them. Austin Justice Coalition. So what do I do? I go and take a look. Well I would hope so the right down the street from you well Lo and behold. They are nonprofit have not published their twenty eighteen or twenty nine hundred numbers now when you have a nonprofit and you are a year behind That's a flag in my mind, so looked at the two, thousand, seventeen, four ninety. It's basically one guy. And this one guy is a famous efface on Austin's names Chas. I think. and. They raised about one hundred, thirty thousand in twenty, seventeen, most of that went to salaries and to travel. And I was curious why everyone's giving to this organization who don't seem to have a legitimate accounting in order so I emailed them. And I got a reply back. Actually I should probably read that verbatim. That would be a little more accurate. And Las. Texas here we go! And here it is thanks for reaching out. We are a nonprofit, but we use fiscal sponsorship through Texas Fair Defense Fund as we are a very small staff nonprofit with large volunteer base. If you use their Ein and not a J. C., the group we will get the funds. I didn't offer any I just said. Where's your nine ninety? I can provide information about our joint agreement to the appropriate people who need it. Well, let me just tell you this is bullcrap. You'RE A nonprofit. You're not a nonprofit. You either have income and statement or you don't. They don't because they're on the payroll of the Texas Fair Defence Fund. The Texas Fair Defer Defence Fund does not have an entry saying they gave money to the Austin. Justice Coalition. But the Texas. Fair, Defence Fund is also quite small. They have received up. Is is in fair defense, or is the defending the Texas State Fair. The Texas Fair Defense Project. which is so to remember? This is black. Lives matter. They're taking money for black lives mattering. And that money is going to. An organization that wants to change. The criminal justice system and have been working in Texas to remove a bail bonds bail. this is what. This has nothing to do nothing absolutely nothing to do specifically with black lives matter at all. At all, read you the the. Our mission, we fight to end the criminalization of poverty in Texas we envisioned a system of justice that upholds the dignity and civil rights of all people regardless of income, race or gender. Okay so the money. These companies are donating to help black people in Austin goes. These guys who do about four hundred thousand dollars A. Spend more than half of it on their own salaries, eighty thousand dollars on lobbying and almost the rest on travel. This is not going to anybody, but these Austin is filled with little consultants who are nonprofit who suck off of the Dell. Foundation teat, Organizing Lula vans, and stuff, and and if you're under two hundred thousand, you can file a form nine ninety easy easy. He just say we made this got that. We're taxes him goodbye. That's all you have to do. This is a scam of epic. Proportions and people are falling for it so when I say to these young white girls. Have told me about Austin. Justice Coalition I got answers ranging from. Oh, they support a black creative artists to they support black lives matter to Yeah, they're working in with the black community in Austin. Bull Bull Yeah. Sure they're black. People who are. Who are poor were being criminalised. They're part of the poverty problem, but this is this and this scam is everywhere everywhere. You looked at these little compound, little organizations, and where is this consistent four hundred thousand dollars a year coming from that? Of course they don't have to report and they don't although I feel. If you're spending eighty thousand dollars on lobbying, you should be should be reporting. Who you're lobbying for on behalf of who? and. Maybe that's a different. Maybe that's the. Other thing that I could find somewhere, but this is i. find it absolutely outrageous. And people are falling forward so. They are the children you're seeing most of the children you're seeing and I'll just call children. They are under informed and oversocialized. They really do and they have a good heart. They all have good hearts to like. Hey, mom, we. We just want peace and love, and they're being manipulated, and they don't know it, and it's to a degree where you can't even say anything because silence. Heart Do. You have when you get shouted down. I'm just telling you where the the WHO I spoke to. This is where they're coming from the coming from a good place, but they're informed that ignorant. They absolutely do not know and what is the one thing they say consistently. Well, it's stem racism. That's what we're against institutional racism systemic. It's the we have to get rid of this everywhere. Enter Bob Woodson. I found another interview with Bob Woodson. This is the guy who exited the civil rights movement that he was in. His Eighty S I think late seventies. He runs the Woodson Institute and he was on American thought leaders on the podcast three clips, but I think they're incredibly important. Understand from this former civil rights Adolph's black man. We have to do callers. Put Him on CNN well well. Listen to what he has to say, and the answer becomes clear and so I really think that. This talk about institutional I. Don't know what institutional racism you. To Stop the clip. I think you've mixed up. This is actually found she. Was Lowering my desk during the clip. It's it's actually Bob Woodson. And so I really think that. This talk about institutional. Wouldn't institutional racism if I want someone to tell me what that means? I believe that the reason that they cape invoking it is because it prevents. Officials who have been running these liberal democratic mayors and City Council member at school board members been running our cities for the last fifty years, and those are the places where they identify the largest amount of inequities exist well. They don't have to answer the difficult question. If you were elected on the promise of improving the conditions for the least of these, why are students why our children failing insistems run by your own people? So to avoid answering that question, all they've got to do is point to some abstract notion like institutional racism. Somehow White America has found a way. To compel black professionals to miss educate children's. Schools run controlled and finance by them. But. They don't have to answer that question as long as they can keep. The public's attention focused on institutional racism. Whatever that means. They don't have to adjust the the difficult questions. I had never thought of it that way. I think he's spot on, and we need to start asking people or finding definitions of institutional racism but what Woodson is about to say, here is what he believes is actually going on an abuse of demographics and data. All hidden under this guise of institutional racism Perth of all you cannot generalize about the black community more any other people. We are not monolithic. We have difference in education difference in income. And when it's convenient, we generalize. The black community and we use the demographics of those who are living in the most troubling situations. We use the demographics of of incarceration of low income. Housing we used that demographic information to make a case that all blacks are suffering, and then when the money arise, it goes not to the people suffering the problem, but those who are providing service for instance in the last fifty years, the government's twenty two trillion dollars and program to aid the poor seventy cents of all those dollars, not to the poor, but those who serve poor people. Not which promise a solvable which ones are fundable. Black elected officials. Many of them were veterans of the Civil Rights movement who then came into political office? They were the ones who were dispensing those funds and listen to this two out of ten whites. With college degrees works for government six out of ten blacks with college. Education works for government which means that the vast amount of money that has been spent on the poor that has produce and reinforced dependency. have been administered by a lot of middle class. Blacks who then elect those into office in though cities who continue this funding and so as a consequence over the past. Fifty years if you look at the biggest income gap in America isn't between whites and blacks, but it's between lower income, blacks and upper income blacks, and so the question. If that is true, racism is the culprit, then why not all black suffering equally and sold that you have a lot of professional blacks are. Operating in a professional class whose careers depend upon having poor people to serve as a dozen, these are not ill-intentioned people, but they're talking about structural racism is structural inequality, which means that you've got one class of backs whose careers and future depends upon another group of blacks who are dependent, so if your career as a professional service provider is a pen is dependent upon having dependent people who serve what incentives do you have to promote independence among the class of people who are down and struggling for independence and self sufficiency. You do not have one. Now is just as view. But. He has some credentials in the area. Views accurate the I think it is too. I mean you cannot deny if you look at Baltimore. What's been going on? That's a great example of what he's talking about, but. The and actually it was interesting. some troll in troll room, whose nickname was de-fund said. This is a skewed a right wing view of history it may be. That's possible I. Don't know sounds pretty feasible to me. But what history are we talking about? I? Don't know I'm just telling. You sounds like sociology to me. History at all as people are triggered ma'am, they do a handle defunt that tell you about this person. final clip little shorter. To what is really going on here? What is really happening? Well It's white guilt as we expect as instruments institutional racism. They don't live in those communities that are suffering the problem. Their children are not in the foster care system, and so you have an unfortunate situation where middle class A I call them, grievance oriented middle class. Privileged elites are the ones on television shaking their fists. Claiming that America is incurably racist, and they are preying on the guilt of white Americans who are writing checks to them, so they are personally enriching themselves and their organizations. The name. Of Champions of we just saw this social justice, and they are taking money in the name of. A addressing an injustice. But the people will who are going to suffer from this arrangement will be the people in those communities, because around the country recruitment of a police officers down sixty two percent. It has the highest kind of dropout rate of people. Suicide rates among law enforcement is high, and that is eighty six percent of the police chief said they're having difficulty recruiting people. And, so what happens in some cases in some cities, the police unable to respond appropriately to nine one one call 'cause. They don't have enough officers to cover it. Is, it's in. The show notes well worth listening to the full hour Bob Woodson. Why don't they put him on CNN well, hello. That doesn't quite seem to go with the message and the message always is orange men bad. That's all that it is focus. Focus people obey. You know who the problem is just a matter soaking these idiots the I'm reminded. Just, not even part of the conversation, but it reminded I'm reminded by the concept at the ideas to find these guys to give get their money. I used to be in the mailing list business for a very short time, but I knew a lot about it when I had a newsletter. Just before became editor of Info. and. They used to be a catalog mailing list. You used to be able to rent. These lists and the big catalog was called standard rates date, and it was a huge catalog of every like you wanna feel the stream mailing list for some people who are on it and here's. How much cost per thousand tomorrow the list you had to use it for one time mailing you had to go to mainland services could do this stuff. The big giant Maggie tapes it was very interesting. Did you get the handle them. Did you handle the magnetics? has still have a couple. Anyway one of the if you go down to go look to the mainland this Disa- just before the there's a movie called the database moving where they started combining lists, and they come up with the people that subscribe to this and that he'd get this, but there was this one list. It was a very valuable list. It was called bleeding hearts. And you can rent this listen. It was millions of people that were. Would just buy anything. You if if you took the right pitch at they were bleeding hearts, and this is what we're dealing here. Which is people that are? They feel so guilt ridden. They're made to feel guilty, and then they're they're. They're get soaked for you. Know the donating to this little Texas operation. You're talking about. They don't even know what they're donating to no. Wage they're bleeding heart now. It's kind of pathetic I'm sorry to say not kind of it's super pathetic. And then how about How `bout though this, this was the. Was the top the ultimate. Where the Democrats everyone saw it. Dressed up in African. Scarves Africa. From Ghana from Ghana it turns out. and they did actually have to club. Let's play. Let's play it because this. This was the I mean. We went within a year or two from cultural appropriation, being one of the most shameful things you can do. To the actual Democrat Party leaders doing that in some virtue signal about black lives matter. It's fantastic I got. I've got two black guys. Commenting on this one's a comedian. Another both these guys have a total number of twitter followers as like double ours convoys this the the the black conservative twins. No No, I didn't get them. Those guys are funny. The Hodgson twin. Yeah. They are very funny, but this is tech that this that I have to the I couldn't get this guy's name I screwed up. This is the one this is terrance Williams on Dams K.. Way To need it, so this is the guy who does the YouTube. Make. He was invited to the White House that kid right. Hold Up, wait a minute. How No, no, no, no, no backup per minute. Let me, get myself together. Terrorists being serious here, okay so. y'All think you get the black vote by nearly what some African scarves! We're not even from Africa. I never been Africa. Listen. I have not been outside of the United States of America. Why are you wearing an African scarf to get my vote? You're not going. Get My vote where in Africa scarf first of all I am from America. Put on an American scarf. And maybe you'll get my vote, but hold on. You're not give them a vote. Do not. Know that you have to work for a vote. Do you not know that you have to actually do something for people to get a vote? You just can't put on the scar and get on your dirty knees and think you'd go. Give my vote well. You're doing get needs for nothing because you're not getting my vote. Not Today not tomorrow. It's called tangible. That's what the what this young man is looking for. Tangible I love it. Nancy couldn't even get up. Nashville is you can get up. On her heels, yeah. Because you knew just roll right over. That man is actual troll. He is really a true. Now, the other guy, the other guy that was awfully low. I couldn't I didn't really. Oh, I'm sorry. It spiked it on the on the podcast. I'll make sure his on on the yeah, also, this is the guy whose name I lost, but he's another famous black guy who's got a huge following his unbelievable I. Don't know if he's an actor or or presenter, but he's This is another good take. And who is it? is says terrance Williams vitriol over Democrats kneeling. You. Plan on day I didn't notice that Democrats is only needs like a bunch of dumb and dot sheets, thoughts and the thing that's most disrespectful about. That's involved in it. IS THEY RAN? All those African colors and flags were they've been in power for forty fifty plus fucking years destroying black communities, the black family, all of their policies that you can think of coming out of the fucking Democrat Party has been clearly mentioned. Destroy Control The fucking black, poor population in this country period, but especially black, since the very fucking beginning so when I see Nancy Pelosi. Disgusting as her fucking me taking me that she. Fuck about black folks why the fuck has been happening still on your Washington riddle me fucking that all these years all these people being murdered being discriminated against, and now you want to put on a fucking dot. She scoffed now you WanNa Care Fuck. Outta here folk every Democrat. You're sick. You're lying piece of Shit Eddie Murphy just called. He wants the title of Mr Fuck Man Back please holy crap. So, there's a lot of. Work. Well I. Haven't that's publicity stunt? Which is what it was oh. Yeah, it was verge actually again. They made a mistake this is. A key butchering the name of course coach a beyond new Jew who is from Ghana and She lives in America, so she is actually an African American. Guy Knees although she'd probably say she's she's from Ghana, but it doesn't matter. Here's what she had to say. Because this presented a problem for the actual Africans I was just looking online today like most of you. And what did I see a bunch of Democrat politicians nailing down a which have nothing to say about that because I am not an American however. All. Having around their necks, this colorful fabric which I'm sure they put around the next as some kind of. Mark or show of unity or solidarity with black people, so in other words they are putting for what they came to material. Fabric had around their necks as some kind of K. to sign or symbol to show that they are not racist and the ad together with black people. Excuse me, you're Democrat. You didn't wait to find out that this thing that you'll hanging around your neck. It's just some African uniform. It's actually the. Material the Ken Debbie loans to the Ghanaian people mainly the ascendancy drive. Excuse me, Democrats don't treat. Africans like where children DIS fabrics and these. Things that we have. We did our culture and tradition. The all means something to us. I know you look at us. I knew say oh. Africans are so cute in all your colorful dresses while some of those dresses than patterns and colors and fabrics actually do something to us. Some of them belong to ancient tribes means something to them, so you using it as your own show of a not racism or your on show of venture? WHY YEAH YOU'RE! You're saying. The came material to signal your venue stop. We are not children. Africa are not children and our tradition, and I'm a coach to us, and if you don't know much about it, ask somebody whether it be something else. You could have done to show you. Dr Into with black people. It's taking the king. Tim Material Making to show of it. Some even have said that some of those colors belong to. The Ken Tay Tribes. Who actually had slaves and sold sold them to to the Dutch to trade with the Americans? So it's just a little extra insult. They've added there. What a bunch of nincompoops! Was Nancy's doing. What an idiot! I mean seriously it. Didn't. Like. She said we're not. It doesn't take much brainpower to figure out. That was not a good idea. Was a simplistic view of the world. Allows you to go in that direction? Yeah and I don't like the idea of our leaders having such a simplistic view of the world especially. When they're accusing the president of having a simplistic view of the world. Yeah. So, I doubt that was a fiasco, and if it was not get up, was final touch. That really made it perfect. But. There's lots of virtue signaling everywhere. Silicon Valley's doing all. They can to stop every. Oh, by the way in the in the Netherlands. of course, the pro, their protests is now. Obviously we were waiting. Ford started out as hey man. Stop those racist White American cops from killing black people. And now there's a new term that has been introduced in the Dutch vernacular and his Afrikaans a on there's. So whereas we have. African Americans. They now have African Netherlanders instead of just Dutch none. Oh, now now they have to start virtue signal. and. You're African. It would be African. Dutch, the right translation but NATO on those kind of flows better. You say Afrikaans Innate alone. Those it has a sound to it. Most of these people aren't from Africa from Indonesia. It's like come on man, but now the virtue signaling continues. That's how they're gonNA. That's how it's going to be played. Go ahead. I was GONNA say I to finish. Your thought was I interrupted you. Know doesn't my dog you. I had A. There's a clip. We plan the show I. wanted to clarify okay. This clip is the that the extortion begin life protests. A twenty four second clip played again. Melita this FTP movement. He's a lot of things it can mean people it can be for the people. It can also mean fire property. And that's very possible to in a demonstration from Barclay Center at six PM to City Hall and that's the first stop and we're hoping to Blasio and Komo come on talk to us and give the direction, but if they don't the next stop is damning district and gasoline. Thanks, the trump is awfully cheap. Okay clarification they busted. This guy turns out. He's a Brooklyn Attorney. Oh boy. That's interesting. Yeah That's his voice was so distinctive. Hey. This is just one of our. Members of firm here, so he wasn't. Did he get fired? I don't know yet. That's still up in the air, but I can't imagine not getting disbarred. I O Katie Williams a huge apology. Katie Williams. Yes, on the last show and I'm. I'm I'm taking the blame, but. Because, but he said negating what I just said my email. Problem from the last show, which was quite problematic. Big Problem? I screwed up and I said that Katie Williams had emailed that rules for white people, which you question if it was real or not, which I think is pretty clear. Now it's And similar messages are out there and are real. She hadn't sent it. She was the girlfriend who sent it to our producer. Who sent it to me? And so she she was very displeased with that, and of course I apologize to her personally and I want to make good on that here on the show. Shit, does happen. I'm sorry. I know to be ashamed yourself. I am ashamed of myself I. I didn't mean got another says we're talking about these nt file. It wasn't brought into the picture, but they're really one of the targets, and they may be be behind a lot of the activities including that that. Letter which I still question. Which is Laura Logan is back as she's pounding the pavement here and there because I. Guess you know. She had a run in with antiques and she's. You know that now she. She's a tough cookie, she. She was on Tahir. Square, where she was sexually abused and molested by all these these men who just like surrounded her, and we're sticking stuff in or was horrible and. I mean it's true it's it's not Jewish. Leave at a time to be a pretty blonde like when she you know, she's her best looks right there and she's by herself. The cameras who got separated. Yes, that's what happened. The camera who ended up disappearing and she's now surrounded. Are you blaming the victim? No I'm not. You said she was mean the victim. Blaming a might blaming somebody who goes into a war zone and get shot at for being shot at. No, it's just saying if you blaming the victim. Now I'm just I'm just I'm just kind of trying to philosophize without blaming the victim. I might actually be blaming the victim where she because you said she was naive. And I think I well. There's a naievety. It seems to me. In that in that situation, but okay. She's okay, though yeah. I think he's bad ass. I mean I I like what she does a lot I mean. Have! You seen any clips I think she's had some. No, no, no, not some. She had some massive done, and it was necessary, but it changed her face. A little bit not could just be some temporary swelling. We know this happen I have. Previous wives who have given me some. Knowledge in this area, but yes she's had worked on. ed, but doesn't matter to me because the work she's doing. Is I think it's pretty impressive? She and she speaks out and that's why they've put on Fox nations, so they can't cancel or off TVSI. So here. She is a discussing the fake shop scam going under something going on, and your little town there seems to be the next some of this well one of the most interesting things about this video shown is that it shows how this American woman married to an anti fat activists from Sweden came to the US and really brought the European model of Antifa to the city, and it really struck a chord with me because it centers around a bookshop, which is kind of fake bookshop where the? The training occurs and I've been talking to members of will law enforcement here seen very senior law enforcement sources who talk about the exact same type of bookshop in Austin. Texas that has already been investigated. That is operating in exactly the same way where you have professors from nearby universities in this case ut and in the video of they're talking about in Portland. Who will train recruits there? And what's extraordinary is that there's a very organized process where you have to be vetted. Vetting is not simple. Simple. It takes a long time. You have an entire syllabus. There's certain number of lessons that you have to attend. You have to be taught in different things most important you have to know how to conceal your identity and one of the greatest deceptions of this movement or organization. Whatever you WANNA call. It is that there is no organization to. That's what they want you to believe. Because as Dan will tell you. That's how they stay one step ahead of law enforcement all the time. That's how they. They avoid accountability, so they'll change their names. They'll proliferate the numbers of groups, but if you have any doubt about how organised, they are taking a look at what's been circulating on a number of their website, this digital security for activists right and they put it out. This is the Civil Liberties Defense Center. That's putting it out which basically tells you how to encrypt your communications? How to Scrub your social media accounts? They have webinars training people in this, so you don't have to have a central. Many men command structure. Sort of this is how we're GONNA. Do it because they've put out their tactics. They put out their ideology and they all follow the same kind of principles and I can promise you. This is one of many sites out there. Do. His bookshop in Boston. Okay so I'm aware of the story. I am not one hundred percent sure, but from what I understand. This would be book people. It's and I've been to book people many times it's with. I think the one of the few really independent bookstores. It's conveniently located for parking right next to whole foods, but it's a little. A little independent store does have three stories, and they have meetings there all the time of all kinds all sorts. It's a very community oriented bookstore, so I don't think I'd blame the bookstore, but I'm pretty sure that's where it's happening and anyone Austin let me know. Let's go find out. Let's go attend meeting. See we're going. Let's even learn something. You'll be spotted a mile away. I, just WanNa come in I just WANNA. Take you back now, please. It's GonNa. Take me out back. Their weapon than they got little gones noodle guns. Don't hurt you. They just get you fired. were. Oil. A yes. All right. I got the riot update Austin. Okay. Let's see riot about Austin here. We go a warning to our viewers. This next story contains graphic images of police violence and Austin Texas. Black lives notice only police violence. No the Violence Police Austin Texas. Black lives matter activists are demanding the arrest of officers who sent to young people to the hospital head trauma. At recent protests on May thirty first police shot twenty year old Texas State University. Student Justin Howell and head with a lead pellet bag fired by officer shotgun. After he fell unconscious to the pavement, he was picked up by fellow protesters who tried to rush and pass the police line for medical attention. The police then opened fire with another barrage Powell was hospitalized in critical condition with a fractured skull and brain damage a day earlier another Austin. Shot Sixteen year old Bradley and a head with being background, as the teen stood passively on a hillside near a line of riot police. Family says he's undergoing neurological logical testing at an Austin Hospital and faces a long road to recovery. Yeah. I'm so sorry. You go to the protests. The deal is you can get hurt I. I saw these news reports. They're all local. Kids were standing behind the protest, a little off to the left videotaping them of course. And, I don't think a cop aimed at him specifically away from the group. Was the cops were you know bottles are being thrown, so they? You know they decide. Okay, it's time and they shot back and that people got hurt hello. What do you expect noodle boys I'm sorry I have no no compassion for this feel horrible for the children, but. Could you go there? That's going to happen. To Hell. Don't you give your children the talk the White Kid Talk? Stay away stay away from riots. You Moron. Wasn't a protest trump should it was a riot? They were starting to riot well. Hello, but then Oh, he was standing passively. All of them were passive. Yeah that got dropped now did it. Did Amy have a A report about the The Dallas police officer, who was killed or the other police officers who've been killed and you report on that that she highlight that. No, no, of course not. Now. They've democracy now's had trotskyite organization. I just simply. Yes Trotskyite Yeah I like it. I think you're right. Let's. Catch the rather to get the sanded. I got the riots in New York. Let's finish these rights. Let's do that. In New York is the rights New York There's a sketchy story. I have some comments on this. I've seen this video number times here in New York New York police officer. Vincent Andrea has been charged with assault, criminal mischief, harassment and menacing after video showed him violently shoving a peaceful protester to the ground. That's he shouted and. And a misogynist slur at her twenty year old do news. suffered a seizure and was hospitalized with concussion after the May twenty-ninth. Okay. All right so here. They never really showed the full clip. The only show this my where the cop starts to shove this guy, this woman and she is there marching down the street by the you know it kind of like a formation of cops, and she's runs into the street, apparently up to him, and he shoves her out of the way. But he puts a little more force onto that old fart that was shoved down by the. Buffalo police made a big stink about Oh you mean actually shoved. You mean the one that someone actually cancelled there. No agenda subscription because I was propagating Russian fake news. Yeah Yeah Okay. Well for every one person we lose for you propagating Russian fake news. There's something fishy about that bit. Let's face. It We pick up a couple, so we've people help step up, step up! Loss Subscriber. Yes, who probably didn't liked to show anyway in probably wasn't subscribe I'd have to go. No, no, no, no, he's a recognized name and he was so upset that his donation subscription has just gone through, and he was like I can't believe. I'm canceling my subscription. I can't believe you did that. It was at the top of the show. Off handed comment. And I said well, apparently, the guy is agitator. Has. been arrested like eighty five seventy times or something like that. That's well known. An agitator I know but but. Yeah. People get really riled up. This is my point I. Don't know why people get worked buster and things. They just put up with our show. Let's talk about this girl, so she was always see as shoving her, and she and he doesn't. Unlike the old man disguise. Push this girl like get that. He gave her a good shot nothing that she couldn't have you know recovered. Yes. She could recover from because she was. That wasn't A. But she didn't. She stumbled in hitter her head and or look like she, didn't she? She's curled up in moaning and the cops took kept walking. But it looked to me as though she ran up to the COP and spat at and we're like do who knows we never hear the COP side of the story? All we know is that he shelf during called or something which I would assume was deceive word, and that was about that, and that was so I found this. Disobey Sketchy Story. This New York store I still by this one. Can we just stick with New York because I I do. Have I do have a cop quote from the new. York, cops call. That's what's that's what's being reported. This was a clip. only saw it once or twice. But. This is the New York City Police Union boss. Stained by someone at Minneapolis Mono. Shine on it at Soda. So do this. It's not treating us like animals and thugs. Start treating us with some respect. That's what we here today to say. We've been left out of the conversation. We've been vilified. Disgusting. It's disgusting. Trying to make us a Baris- of upper freshen, three, hundred, seventy, five, million at the actions. Overwhelmingly overwhelmingly positive. Nobody talks about all the police officers that were killed in the last week in the United States of America and there were a number of them. We don't Condone Minneapolis. Roundly, Reject what he did as disgusting. It's disgusting. It's not what we do. So police officers still. I'll legislators abandoned us? Vilifying us. Well, you know what guy. Proud to be a cop and I'm going to continue to be proud to be a gop. Attila Dan I retired. And that's all I have. Six hundred cops won't resign. I think the cop she used. They got a union that the police union, and then of course the unions are the greatest thing in the world according to democracy now. Yes except when they're police right, and then it's not make up. Your minds were kind of union one, and then I got into an argument about. Oh, well, you know that's different because there's the. Product servants shouldn't be any union any way, and so the pit police shouldn't have a union within explain to me the S. E. I. You yeah, how does employs union one that that big Obama supporters? That's all service got. Mostly government workers. To but there okay, is there a big Democrats? Yes, yes. So. Let's go from that to the riots. This story here need a little more investigation. Ages reads autism a horrific story it makes. And I will look into and see what actually happened here, but this is a horrible story. This is riot San Jose and San Jose California police shot their own anti-bias trainer in the grind, rupturing his testicle with a rubber bullet, as he tried to de-escalate tension between police and protesters at a May twenty ninth rally. Doctors say twenty-seven-year-old Derek. Sanderson African. American may never be able to father children. How. Yeah that's! That's what we call human interest in the news business. Just seems to be. It would be nice to know the the actual story of what happened here. Saying he's trying to calm people down and they shoot him in the nuts I mean really. It's not. It's not even that funny now it is funny. I can't help. But. I'm sure it would happen to you. It wouldn't be funny. That's for sure. It's just a circus. Can you see that Jews? Lease worse. Your bad. And with that I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you. The man who put the sea in democratic cultural appropriation John See divorce. 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Most people find this hard to believe, but it is true, but it's not that unusual Most of the leading conservative thing is about time. did not start off as conservative. You got a couple like Bill Buckley and joys will. Milton Friedman was was was a liberal and a Keynesian. Act Was a socialist reiller. Reagan was so far left at one point. The FBI was following him. What was your wake up to what was wrong with that line of thinking a facts? As good was that was that I saw, but was that a recent one I think so right. Yeah Rubens Together punchline win You accentuated it. That was even better. The little, Keighley's up to our press. Secretary. Press segregates guests. And she's a was honored choosing good. She was in a good mood slamming people left and right I. Just a little taste of it. Here's the. Play Kaley Fourth Time Fourth Time! Of all institutional racism in this country, the racism in law enforcement. To answer this question. I think this is the fourth time I've been asked it and. You! But flair! Fat Well Yeah. We have the answer to that. We heard earlier from at least an answer from Ben Woodson. Yeah, well, what's it has the right answer so so this is John Carl trying to make trouble, so he comes back after she, but slams him and he asks again. You know because it makes it the fifth time, but this time so what I've noticed her formula is is that you keep asking her the same question to her final answers, always going to be some Joe Biden Slam. Always. Is. That's what you WanNa do though, isn't it? I mean that everything. Was Trump Orangemen bad. It's like. Vino, it's like training a dog so here. She is the second part of that clip. This is Kaley slams giancarl again. Massive now is. Action needs to be taken. To fundamentally changed the way law enforcement in this country to make fundamental changes. So that there isn't the kind of disparities that we see. Along racial lines. Looking at various proposals, and I would say this president stone a whole lot more than Democrats have ever done when it comes to rectify injustices on where you had the crime bill, the nineties which created great racial disparities in our justice system president trump rectified some of those with the first step back so president trump's about action, and he's shown that, and he recognizes injustice and acts promptly when he sees them. It is no one home extra time this this week. I start early. You're GONNA, get. So now I have a three parter, and this is the the the final report here in this does is exactly the same process now and now they're harassing her about the changing of the names of these forts. onference saying look a bunch of people want to change the name of any Ford of any that has any name that has any you know just to hell with history and everything else. We want these just pushing people around again like you said earlier in the show, these guys get a little power, and there's the noodle boys. Get a little power. They take over the place and it never ends that you give them an inch. They take a mile so. Let's play. This is part one. This is the finale part one and this is kind of how it. How it starts? To. Oversee the defense authorization. Remain one of these faces for someone who say. What's a general who won the civil war with? The president vetoed the defense authorization. The president will not be signing legislation that renames America's forts. It's important to note fort. Bragg for example, it's one of the largest military installations it's home to tens of thousands of brave American, soldiers, and when you think of Fort Bragg, we think of the brave soldiers that deployed from there. We think all five World War Two airborne divisions eighty, one hundred, I, the eleventh thirteenth, and the seventeenth all trained at Fort. Fort Bragg the five hundred fifty fifth parachute infantry. Battalion this was the first black parachute battalion trained at this fort. We must recognize the sacrifices made by these men and women, some of whom saw Fort Bragg for the last time before they went overseas and we've got to think of the Fort Bragg soldiers that have led humanitarian option operations like in Hurricane Katrina in the earthquake in Haiti. We've gotta honor what has happened there. Not Rename it so that is an absolute nonstarter for the president. received. Several notes from? Military personnel who say that if this happens, they will. Throw their medals out. They will send them. Send them back to DC. That's how important is to them. That's good to know. Well. Apparently, they should send their medals to portray. He's doing causing the trouble now. I know WHO's Tony Raises be women portrays. Yeah. How. Are you GonNa Miss Okay? We'll clip to kind of explains it now. This is where now she's been hounded the whole press conference about this. What if it's accidental? What if somebody just puts a sign up? What if somebody slips that in as a writer and on and honest so now we have now. We have one of our top correspondents. Sit in the audience without his mask on asking this. Question that. General David Chris is one of those people who went through Fort, Bragg a number of times those I was. Fort Campbell Kentucky quite lengthy and detailed editorial about the reasons why those basis should be renamed saying it's Ironic American soldiers and Marines are being trained at basis name for people who fight against the Union back in the war, many of the people for whom these bases are named relievers help in questionable regard, but who were elevated during the loss caused movement designed to say we do not live country with Braxton Bragg and real banger. Robert Lee can serve as an inspiration. The White House say to that. Okay I didn't know about. So that is by the way that question A minute and fourteen. Question Christian? Okay. The question was forty one six. Okay, so she's finally fed up and this is where she will. Toll the bite in card at the end and and closed the book and walk off on the things that have. been there all begging her especially Giancarlo, you can hear voice very distinctively begging her to. Stay and She's had it and so here we go the White, house say to that particular. Brag is known for the heroes within that train their that deployed from there, and it's an insult to say to the men and women who left there the last thing they saw on American soil before going overseas, and in some cases losing their lives to tell them that what they left was inherently a racist institution because of the name that's unacceptable to the president, and rightfully so and I would also note. Where do you draw the line here? I'm told that no longer. Can you find on Hbo Gone With the Wind Because. Somehow that is now offensive. Where do you draw the line? Is it to George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson and James Madison be erased from history. What about FDR and because of internment camps he's. Should he be erased from history or Lyndon Johnson, who has a history of documented racist statements and finally what about people that are alleged by the media to be segregationist? NBC tells US Joe Biden. Just compromise segregationists. He fought. Fought for their causes in schools, experts day CNN tells US letters from Joe Biden reveal how he sought support segregationists in the fight against busing Washington Post tells us that Biden's tough talk. One Thousand Nine hundred ninety schools desegregation plans could get him new scrutiny, and there are several more that the where that came from so all with the question. Should we then rename the BITE WELCOME CENTER Yeah Should we renamed bite in welcome centers that she says. The question she leaves them with so she leaves him with a question to answer. Should we rename the end of end? Her point is actually pretty well taken because we're dealing with Fort Bragg, which is a general, the eighteen forties, most known for his fighting in the Mexican American war and at North Carolina General where the Ford is, and so if we're GONNA, go back and condemn people from The eighteen hundreds while we condemn peel from the nineteen seventies job I would be the example that she's using, and he was called out by camera Harrison debates for the exact same thing and they saw so long ago. I Dunno, I can barely remember that far back. ooh! So she's she is if they're going to keep doing. She's going to keep doing the counteraction and she's better Sunday are and she can walk out. That was a good little series I like that and please continue on this Kaley beat. I got to Katie Caleb Taboo well speaking of Comma, Harris She. Is still a according to the numbers in the newsletter? She's still the number one according to the odds. The bookies becoming the. The VP selection? She weighed in on the Los Angeles mayor. Who wants to defend the police? Support proposed like what we've seen in Los Angeles. Mayor. Eric Garcetti anything take some of the money from policing about one hundred fifty million dollars invested in health initiatives training initiatives for youth. Is Support Investing in communities so that they become more healthy and therefore more safe the in right now what we're seeing in America, as many cities spend over one third of their entire city budget on policing, but meanwhile we've been defunding public schools for years in America. We've got to reexamine what we're doing with American taxpayer dollars and ask the question. Are we getting the right return on our investment? Are we actually creating healthy and safe communities, and that's a legitimate conversation and requires a coup, a really critical evaluation. I plot Eric Garcetti for doing what he's done. Yes, she's she's just she. Talking about the fact that California was just on the worst schools in the whole country. It spend the most per pupil. Does she mention this talk about any of these. Kinds of expenses were already spending on per pupil. Per Education, systems in in California she talk about that 'cause she's in California. She's California. She should know that she should be talking about anything. You should post those questions on twitter. You might get some fun might meet some new friends. Just wondering. Sheila Jackson you might have a clip. No, it's it's good. Morning America with the Clinton Insider Stephanopoulos. There's no further questions, please. Sheila jackson-lee though are representative in Texas. She had a little segment here. Where the truth wanted to come out, she used I heard this in the car and I I gotTa make sure I. Get that on record. Thank you for having me as as as you have noted the most important focus for me. Over these last couple of weeks, and certainly decades, dealing with police reform is now today George Floyd who should not have died on the streets of America. The stain of racism, but also the crisis of police. Actions are really warrant. which is what we heard in the hearing today. Really Warrant catastrophic change catastrophic I've heard of a lot of things. But catastrophic change doesn't bode well catastrophic Shane I mean. Maybe she meant something else but the. What could it have been? She meant catastrophic change, which is going to be catastrophic change a really warrant catastrophic change, and that is all. We're talking about what we're saying. All we're talking about is. Love. And by the way that's all we're talking about. There's nothing big here. Just catastrophic change a catastrophic change, and that is all we're talking about. We're saying to the marches and the protesters, the black and Brown and white and Asian young people that we hear their cry are they are collectively raising their voices Andrea and saying black lives matter so the emotion is palpable palpable. It is still there. Yesterday when I spoke I spoke to the family I indicated. that. The murder of Joe. This is another thing that bothers me and I. Mean it's okay. I mean we all saw it. There was not a pretty situation how floyd ended his. How Floyd's life was ended, but It would be technically correct, maybe at least for Andrea Mitchell say alleged murder. Don't you think? Yeah, it hasn't if you're a journalist. Such what you'd always use dude automatically people. They got to the point now where they're saying it when the words not necessary. Well it's it. It's just a minor point. It's I'm sure it will come out as murder, but it's kind of have to say alleged or whatever the kill and you can say a lot of. For saying alleged murder in this case, not if you're Sheila Jackson Sheila jackson-lee calendar she she's never. She's on cancelable out. When I spoke I spoke to that by the way I. Disagree with once the noodle kids have the gun focused, and they got some rigidity in that flaccid noodle gun of there's beer careful yesterday. Family I indicated. That The murder of George Floyd I cannot go in vain. It is a sacrifice that they will now have to bear their entire lives for people are innocent until alleged to be involved in some type of criminal activity. Okay, sorry I forgot I forgot the law. The law I forgot Brennan's Law of innocent until proven guilty, which is not the case, this is the CIA former CIA chief for those who are new to the show John Brennan, and he feels that when it comes to a not guilty, you're guilty. People are innocent until alleged to be involved in some type of criminal activity. You're not guilty until to your. Roles. Since. That's under system how it works. As an aside. I have an ISO proposal. Okay I, don't think I have any ISOS I'm very nice where. This guy's the one I sent his the into bone bonus. Yes, I have it here is enough as perfect. Who is that by the way? Is One of the actresses in that stream of the Hollywood stuff, the Hollywood guys. Don't I'd like to identify a couple of them because they're the most arrogant, they're the ones that are you know they're? Against hate unless you hate trump trump. Trump is okay hating all republicans. Okay? Hating conservatives is okay, but other than that. Don't know Hannah love. Yes! Okay. I do have a little rant if you have a minute, I have more than a minute for you. Okay, let's play a democracy now a clip about to some the statues coming down and just one element of this see statue. Chris Columbus. Good old Chris Protests Against Racism and police brutality continue to rock cities and towns across the United States and around the world in Richmond Virginia protesters toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus on Tuesday evening. They set it on fire before throwing at a nearby Lake Antwerp Belgium, city officials removed a statue of King Leopold. The second Tuesday just days after protesters set it on fire for Mateen Eighty five to nine thousand, nine, hundred eighty leopold declared himself absolute ruler of Congo, leading a campaign of torture and genocide that killed an estimated ten million people I believe that to be true. Of course you do. Is it not true. That's what I was telling. Let's listen to look at some defects is also stated in the Encyclopedia Britannica. Apparently, he killed ten million and left and left. A Nation Dave was a nation of twenty million. And he killed ten of them was. It was pretty bad I know. The Congo was bad and I know King Leopold was part of it but I. All the oppose fault. Let me. Just ask you a couple of questions. Oh! Since you're on that side of the argument. 'CAUSE you've heard into probably taught you that I'm not on any side. I'm just take the site. Take decide okay I'll take it. Okay so let's see. They broke off the ruling of Belgium. In Nineteen, Oh eight nineteen ten something in the period. Let's say there were out of the Congo by nineteen twenty. Okay. Now if they had killed. Leopold had killed ten million. And and the encyclopedia Britannica eventually kill everybody, or but he killed ten million and amy said ten million. You've heard ten million. Britannica says ten million leaving a population of ten million. Ten million, so they had twenty million people living in the Congo in the eighteen hundreds as a lot of. Seems like it because let me point out it's real facts because they've done studies real demo demographers have come in since World War Two and they have. They have followed the population of Congo in this exact same place Leopold ruled where he killed ten million. So in nineteen fifty five, the population of the Congo was under a million. Today's population is five point five million and the population growth in the Congo from nineteen, fifty five, where there's about eight hundred thousand. To today's slow growth, so from nineteen, ten, one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty within forty years, the nine or ten million people that were supposed leftover after he killed ten million. They died off nine. Million of them died off of what went to discourage. diaw happened so you'd have a population in the Congo. Let's say about eight hundred thousand in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five, what happened to those nine million plus people Ebola? There was no. We Bowler then. You're. Just, you're asking me I, don't know. It's bullshit. It's a lie according to eat and kill ten million because there weren't. People to kill. And the entire continent there is only a hundred million. At the time interesting, so you're not so how you kill ten percent of all the Africans Africa. Do you get away with killing ten million? Why do people suck this ten million number up when it's not even possible, if the population of the Congo is less than a million in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty five. And it's only five point five million today, an exact same Congo where he killed ten million. This is a lie and is bullshit and it gave me the following got me to the following conclusions. You Re re Oh you know the problem with the education system is the only study European history. Deaths because that's the only history that's been recorded. There's Chinese some Chinese history, but most deep recording of history was done in Western civilization toll a May back. You know two thousand years of writings about history and the idea of studying history is so you can understand a movement of history not so you can understand that people's because it's not about you. It's about to way civilizations work. You're not reading. History are trying to understand these things because it's about blacks or Chinese or whites is so you can understand the flow of history. You can't do that with Africa because there's no. No flow of history, because there's no written history that D-, except for what the Romans did in northern Africa, and that's just a bit of Africa so the reason you want to study African history is the same reason you can. Throughout this bullshit. Ten million killed by Leopold, which they torres statue down four over it, because you can lie to the students with made up facts and turn them against Western civilization and make them socialist globalist. This is nonsense. This whole thing is a scam and that ten million number bugs me to know and as a lie and should be rebuked. John To. act. Exactly. wikipedia actually says ten to fifteen million. Let Happen to all the leftover people. You can look at the modern demographics and back it up. It starts today with five point five million. How did it get fifteen million dead? It's bullshit. It's a it's a blatant lie, and it's designed to make you feel bad because all you killed. All these people are, and is your fault lighting so? Well I have homework for you. then. I really liked this next I would like you to deconstruct six million Jews in the Holocaust go. Actually, that's another thing. Thinking this hold on a second third rail. No I'm. GonNa go GONNA go to the third rail for this reason. The idea behind the ten, million, dead, Congolese or fifteen. is to diminish. The Holocaust because his also anti many ourselves. Wish Bullshit yet. So you can diminish the Holocaust by making these phony baloney massacres that never took place look bigger in the eighteen hundreds of nearly one thousand, nine hundred, which wasn't even possible, and the population doesn't support it, but you can throw these numbers out there. Make people believe that you believe that you heard it when you're a kid and the fact of. LIEPA because you were raised in Holland and did they talk about this stuff and everybody in Holland. Probably thinks he killed ten million. This is to make the Jewish Holocaust look minor by comparison. It's a lie. I'm actually looking this up in Dutch now. says. We'll see if I can find any any numbers. I don't WanNa wikipedia because you know that would just be a direct translation. Got added debris tonic backs up saying they're killed. Ten million left ten million, which somehow doors ten million disappeared by one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five, some magic way. So this is really a scheme and as bad in his dangerous, and this is the kind of rewriting history, but they can do it in areas that really aren't debt. Documented Africa's not a well documented. They had a lot of civilizations here and their sure they did, but they're not documented, but what's interesting? Is that an I an I? I like your assertion that this has been now. Of course. The lie has been there for a long time. I don't remember growing up learning ten million. I don't know if I had a number about millions absolutely millions. So. It's not like that Li- is. To a predates black lives matter etc, but it certainly being brought back now and a numbers being put on it. And, then subsequently statue goes down gets taken down. Very interesting that you that that it's meant to look bigger than the than the Holocaust and the juice. That's that's what it doesn't surprise. Me Does Not surprise me at all. Calcium Nicole are these fox. Control. Through its. Citizens and said they just believe things at face value. Somebody says it. Oh, ten, million leopold. Kill ten million. Oh, he did. Okay killed ten million. What a bad prick! That guy must be! Statue down? Well and the guy was a jerk. It's pretty obvious if you read anything about him. But this is not right. It's nonsense Hitler really. Well done well as you say as you say by the way just hanging in Europe. Do you know that the European Union still has not figured out an economic proposal? For for for, Corona Salvage. Kim believes that. Three months where we have spent eight. We've created saved or created eight trillion dollars. They're still talking. Yeah they're terrible this. They're still talking. That's the we saw this after the two thousand and eight collapsing Whoa, and that's and that's really when they lost member, former new banker would say. We beat them. The the European banks are dead. We own. We own all of it or something to that we won. The war was the idea we won. The banking war any got out of banking because it was boring from that point on, there was no fight. There's nothing now. It's all just you know simple. That was just running the money. Noth- no big gamut to do because the broke. As very very odd how they're going to. Make out with that. good I just wanted to. We reassess were. Moved to Europe for second one quick note. From one of our producers anonymous about the national, health system in the UK. which is touted as the crown jewel to be protected at all times, trump is going to steal it. BREXIT's going to steal it. Every wants to steal the the `save NHS. That was one of the slogans. Say National Health, system. Save the NHS lockdown where masks shut up. Stay at home save the NHL. Not Save lives saved the NHS. Hey Adam says are anonymous producer. Give a personal account of the struggles here in the UK lockdown. My husband has been waiting for major heart surgery to fix the ticking time bomb in his chest. That's where this has been delayed indefinitely because of Wuhan flu, but he's still on the list. He's been on that for over a year. He was instructed to get a dental check before surgery. To make sure there's no infections Dennis in Cornwall are not accepting new patients. So no surgery on his enlarged regurgitating heart valve defects no dentist. Teeth are deteriorating. I cannot get a dentist either. I received a letter from my doctor today, stating that I cannot see adhd specialists because they are not accepting new patients. What the fuck does mental health have to do with covert on top of that government literature in the UK has stressed that mental health services will still be available. It's bullshit the Cherry on top as our appointment with the surgeon at the beginning of the pandemic, one doctor wouldn't shake our hands, which was okay. The other doctor Indian who did a blood draw. My husband did not wear gloves while inserting and removing the needle from his arm. I was livid funny though I noticed most NHS DR deaths from covert were Indian. That's be racist, but color surprised. On June fifteenth. Apparently, the lockdown eases up for real. Our local high street will be closed on June fifteenth for a couple more weeks. The closure sign says street closed for shopping. No businesses were opened. Nobody has any money, but police citizens spend what little you have left by standing in line in the rain outside do distort quantity limits, effing hell and F. The NHS. Then just so you know it's not just us. Every country has these issues and these are the hidden. victims of the scam. This scam that was pulled on us and we were careful not to call it a scam. Even when trump was saying, it was a Democrat hoax. We're very careful not to go down that road. But we do know a virus existice. Yes, the virus exists so that's not a scam, but it's the way that was handled. Scam purposefulness the way it was done to to It was all I hate to be I'm the CYNIC. This is just all about trump. This was an international effort to sync the world's economy, so that yet trump, and these other populists out who else is mentioned constantly I. Don't have a clip, but I could play any up from amy. Goodman on Brazil and it's never the guys that runs Brazil Bolsonaro is the right wing leader. Show always puts that in front of everything. I'm surprised they don't do that with trump. Orange President Donald Trump. They yeah, you're right. I don't know why they don't do that. They should add that. That would be smart. Be Smart to get people even more hating the Republicans more. Republican Party leader and right winger, right? Nazi quadrant K. K., K. member. Donald trump something like that. Orangemen bad. I'm going to show US little by donation to know agenda. Imagine all the WHO could do. Yeah that'd be. Awesome. and. We do have a few people to think for show twelve. 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A lot of parts of the Biden campaign, and they think it's just great that Biden's in the basement, and this was played up on the the little show with crystal ball in Sagar. Listen. And I'm just look. Oh, but it's top of the list. Could I miss it so incredible Terry McAuliffe? He's top Bundler advisor to the Biden campaign. He's also the former governor of Virginia well, he held zoom call with some Virginia Democratic officials and Fox. News basically obtained the audio video. I WANNA. Know who leaked I love leaked it in which is straight up admits they're totally fine and cool with by in the basement for as long as he needs to be. Let's take a listen people all the time. We gotta get the vice president of the basement. He's fine on the base for. Two people seem day to body. People at and let trump keep doing what trump's doing. It's hard vice-president the breakthrough you've got to Cova crisis. He's not a governor. Even National Guard is at the president and the brief hero. He needs to come out strategically when he says something like he did on race relations days ago. It needs to have a big impact thoughtful next. What were preferring that? He actually do at the time. Amazing I mean. They say the quiet part out loud. The asked like we've love having him in the basement, nothing can. Meet anyone except for his own bodyguards, and he'll win, and what seems to be true as totally right. He's totally right. It reminds me of that saying. What is it like a gap is when you accidentally tell the truth. Yes, that's exactly what happened here. Of course, he didn't intend for it to come out, but what? It reminds me so much of that Alex Wagner piece. Stay alive, Joe Biden. So the same chat I had with some of the millennial young white girls. Yes They were so. They have no problem. This is very interesting. I'm bringing it to Joe. They have no problem excoriating someone. They don't like specifically politically. So the overheard the conversation about Graham. Lindsey Graham Apparently, someone figured out that he was online using A. A handle lady G and he was trying to hire a male sex worker. Now these trolls is a shocker. And but an and I'm listening to some like you have no problem making fun of this gay guy it. You're right there with pride, and it's horrible and all these, but you don't mind outing him and what I got back. What was funny, but He's Lindsey in the streets and Lady G in the sheets. I think it's funny, but I'm surprised. It it's it's not about. What they say it is. Really about all we can. We know we can't be against gay people, but we can make fun of a Republican Gay Person. Is Anyway so then going on about the Swiss cheese heads. How trump is a swish cheesehead where I guess means means. Swiss cheese as whole so the air goes through the holes in your head. And I said well. Let's creative. If you don't mind me, just point out. I think Joe Biden may have a lot of Swiss cheese now. This was interesting. Oh, absolutely that guys! Were still voting for him. It's it's unbelievable. They don't care by the way they don't give a shit. They don't care about politics, not actively engaged. They just are there to virtue signal whatever they're told to do. They are under informed and oversocialized. I would say this is true, says. This play my I. Get different closer. You could play last clip. Students do one more clip we can. We got. I WanNa do is this clip which is the problems? At The New York Times because this is becoming? This is an example of what we talked about the beginning show. noodle gun every little boys get in there and once you get in there. This is the problem with people who have hired these certain types of people that are I. Think personally. If I was doing JC hires. Add some software. Company does a lot of the hiring and he is on the lookout. I'd be on the lookout. You have to be careful. You don't hire these. These people are subversives, and once they get in, they don't care about the old the old structures. They don't care if you fire him Dosu. Unbelievable, but the New York Times is being taken over by these people, and they are all is only at the beginning is only at the beginning of this, and here is the kind of a report on this same. WHAT A TERRIFIC COLUMN! You wrote on the Civil War The New York Times and what is happening to journalism. Brilliant analysis your thoughts on the Lou Dobbs. Lou Dobbs show us. A columnist for the post he rose very interesting column. Effect A. Where are we going with a national left-wing media that is decidedly activists organized around one principal. Hate, trump and elect any democrat any Damn Democrat whatsoever. We'll thank you. I would add one more word to describe that media today to which is at least among the management, craven and cowardly to success, but what we saw those the New York, times and the Philadelphia Inquirer dumping editors top editors. Because the mob in the newsroom demanded not the mob in the streets, but the mobs the newsroom's this is an extraordinary development development to see the publishers in both cases getting into this mentality that if you should say anything that we don't want to hear a headline in the case of the Philadelphia Inquirer were a an op-ed by Tom Cotton on the New York Times. We the mob, we refuse to hear those things, and so you must pay with your head, and it's a form of human sacrifice what the publishers did in both those cases, and so I think the word we'll go out to journalists everywhere. You have to now toe the Party line, which is to me. Indistinguishable from the Black Lives Movement Law. which is frankly remarkable in a few short years, this fringe group has now come to be the dominating group in the Democratic Party. Not, just the Democratic Party life. Life they're out there. It's it is. It's fascinating to watch and I. Actually saw the beginnings of this in the nineties and I could trace some it because you do. Other attempts made Dave got noodle boy. Phenomenon is part of it is so bad now that it's. An amazing relief to me to be a podcast and I'm telling you finance, podcast. With people that are contributing to this show and keeping US going we straight up, there's no middleman. There's no corporation. There's nothing going on in the middle. Because, otherwise you would not be hearing any of it. We talk about on this show all these clips, all the analysis everything from your material on on the on the movements the noodle boy concept at the base level to leopold the second. None of this is available anywhere because. It's just some some odd. It's unbelievable coincidence that we just happened to be doing the right thing at the right time. No. It's how the universe works is not coincidence. It's how the Thrown into it and here we are and. Hopefully. We keep getting our support the support we need, but. We. Neither one of his I can't imagine I would. I was kind of kicked out a PC magazine by the same people by in care, because at that time I've been so marginalized, but. At the same time they're taking over all kinds of stuff into. The media's really subject to it and of Hollywood and TV well. Everyone but us and we are proud to do it again for you on Sunday. Please remember US divorce dot org slash na I am coming to you from opportunities thirty-three here in Austin, Texas capital of the drum star state, Fema region, number six and all the governmental maps. BIG THANKS TO A. 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